Rebecca Gelozin practices in the area of commercial litigation, providing accountants with innovative and timely strategic counsel to help them make better-informed decisions, resolve complex legal challenges and achieve specific business goals. She also has experience representing plaintiffs in the area of consumer law.
During law school, Rebecca was a certified legal intern for the Rutgers Domestic Violence Clinic. She is a recipient of The Lisa and Kolin Pimental Memorial Award, established in memory of Rutgers Domestic Violence Project client Lisa Pimental and her two-year-old son, Kolin, for excellence in the study of domestic violence law and a commitment to advocating on behalf of victims of domestic violence after graduation. She also received the Pro Bono Publico Award.
In addition, Rebecca clerked at the finance and investment department of one of the world’s largest restaurant chains. She also interned with the clerk’s office of Superior Court in Connecticut. Prior to attending law school, Rebecca worked as an assistant admissions director at an Ivy League university.