Attorney Rebekah Long, of Austin, Texas attended Baylor University, where she majored in philosophy and graduated magna cum laude, a Phi Beta Kappa initiate, outstanding student of the Baylor Philosophy Department for 2005. After graduating with her Bachelor of Arts, Ms. Long attended the University of Notre Dame Law School, where she was co-president of the American Constitution Society and was an officer of the Amicus Society. Ms. Long graduated from Notre Dame Law School, awarded a juris doctorate in 2008.
Since 2008, Ms. Long has crafted her talents as a litigator. Ms. Long began her career at the El Paso County District Attorney’s Office, where she prosecuted criminal charges. After leaving the District Attorney’s Office, Ms. Long practiced private criminal law and established her expertise in litigation with a successful and extensive trial history. A member of the El Paso County Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association, and the United States’ Federal Bar.
In her free time, Ms. Long enjoys playing poker, watching the Broncos, and searching out the best patios in downtown Colorado Springs.