Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz is the partner representing Brown Rudnick and their current client Johnny Depp in this ongoing defamation trial that is coming to an end. She is known for cross-examining Amber Heard’s sister Whitney Heard. But, along with that here are a few things that you need to learn about Rebecca in this article.
In this Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz Bio, we cover her age, marriage, and her career. So, keep on reading to learn more about her.
Meet Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz, One Of Johnny Depp Lawyers
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s defamation trial has entered its sixth and final week. The legal counsel of Johnny Depp has earned praise from the viewers and fans of the Pirates Of The Caribbeans actor from the very beginning. We even saw Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew become overnight celebrities for their friendship with Johnny in court.
One other legal counsel we’re talking about her is Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz.
According to BrownRudnick’s website, Rebecca is a business litigator and trial attorney who represents clients in a variety of disputes, including those involving intellectual property rights, defamation, trade secrets misappropriation, commercial contracts, real estate, and employment.
Her clients include software developers, transportation service providers, construction contractors, life science companies, and apparel manufacturers. She has experience in both state and federal courts, representing clients from the initiation of a case through trial and appeal. She has tried cases before judges, juries, and arbitrators all over the country. Rebecca advises clients on efficiently achieving resolutions to high-stakes disputes in order to best advance her clients’ overall business objectives.
During this defamation trial, Rebecca is known for having Amber’s sister Whitney Heard on the stand. In one of the highlighted moments, Rebecca questioned Whitney that she had wanted Amber to stay with Johnny even though he allegedly hit her and had multiple fights.
Whitney shared in the court that Amber wanted something from Johnny whether or not she agreed to it or not. She wanted to support Amber whether or not she was ok with it or not. To which Rebecca replied, “you didn’t want to contradict your sister right”.
Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz Career
Before Joining BrownRudnick, Rebecca MacDowell had experience working as a summer clerk with Judge Robert P. Frank of the Virginia Court of Appeals. During her clerkship, Rebecca assisted in criminal, domestic, and worker’s compensation cases. According to her LinkedIn, Rebecca joined Brown Rudnick in September 2006 as an associate. She continued till April 2007 and left her job to join Robins, Kaplan, Miller, & Ciresi L.L.P. as an associate.
Rebecca worked in that firm till January 2011.
Then, Rebecca returned back to Brown Rudnick in the same month after quitting her job. She kept working in the role as an associate till January 2016. Starting from February 2016, Rebecca has been working as a Partner, Litigation, & Arbitration at Brown Rudnick LLP.
In 2021, Brown Rudnick announced on its Twitter page that Rebecca, a Partner in Brown Rudnick’s Dispute Resolution & Restructuring Department, has been elected to the Board of Directors of @LCRBOSTO (LCR), a Boston-based civil rights organization.
In 2021, Rebecca also served as the attorney for the plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed by a coalition of Black and Latino residents of Worcester who alleged that the city’s system of electing school committee members dilutes the voting power of people of color and violates federal voting laws.
The lawsuit filed in February 2021 stated that despite the fact that more than half of students in Worcester identify as Hispanic, Latino/Latina or Black, the city’s six-member school committee is all white, and historically has been predominantly white.
“This is a major victory for the people of Worcester,” said Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz, an attorney for the plaintiffs. “The Worcester School Committee’s lack of diversity was a direct result of the city’s all at-large electoral system — which was directly counter to the fundamental principle of equal voting opportunity and a violation of federal law.”
Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz Age
As of 2022, Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz is 40 years old. She was born in June 1981
Is Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz Married?
Yes, Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz is married to her husband Mike Lecaroz. According to The Knots, they shared their wedding vows on 9 February 2013 in Melrose, Massachusetts. Mike and Rebecca are very private about their marriage but based on their socials, they aren’t parents to any children yet, or keeping their children’s information private.
Mike is a native of Salem, Massachusetts. He lost his paternal grandmother Alice V. Lecaroz in February 2018 at the age of 92. His grandfather Benoit Lecaroz died before his grandmother, Alice. Alice was a resident of Saugus. Benoit and Alice had four children, Martha Lecaroz of Saugus, Edward Lecaroz (likely Mike’s father) of Salem, Douglas Lecaroz of Saugus, and Virginia Lecaroz of Bristol, N.H.
Mike holds JD from the University of Virginia School of Law and graduated in 2008. He worked as Assistant Attorney General at Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office from 2012 to 2021. Starting from March 2021, he has been working at MIT Lincoln Laboratory as Compliance Analyst.
You can find him here on Facebook.
Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz Height
Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz’s height measures under 5 feet 9 inches.
Where Is Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz From?
Originally from Clifton Park, New York, Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz is currently residing in Bedford, Massachusetts. Some of her family members are Robert MacDowell (her father), Deborah S MacDowell (her mother ), and Megan MacDowell (her sister).
Is Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz On Instagram?
No Rebecca MacDowell is not on Instagram. However, click here to find her on Facebook.
When Is Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz Birthday?
Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz’s birthday falls in June.
Where Did Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz Recieve Her Education?
Rebecca MacDowell Lecaroz earned her BA in Political Science and Communication from the University of Pennsylvania in 2003. She completed her Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2006.