Rebecca “Becca” Wolfe is a junior associate with the firm. She works on litigation and regulatory matters relating to Medicaid, CHIP, child welfare, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and other federal human services laws and regulations.
Prior to joining Brown & Peisch, Becca earned her J.D. from the George Washington University Law School, where she was a member of the International Law Review and served as Director of Public Relations for the Student Bar Association. During her studies, Becca was a student attorney in GW Law’s Vaccine Injury Litigation Clinic, through which she briefed and argued personal injury matters before the Office of Special Masters in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Additionally, Becca researched employee benefits issues concerning the Internal Revenue Code, vaccine and ADA guidance arising from the COVID pandemic, and best practices for DEI in healthcare policies as a law clerk at a national consulting firm.
Before attending law school, Becca earned her Bachelor of Arts in Institutions & Policy with a second major in International Relations from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri. As a member of the Honors Program, Becca spent one year of her undergraduate studies at the University of Oxford. Throughout her years as an undergraduate, Becca was proud to volunteer with local leaders in Missouri and especially valued opportunities to work in rural parts of the state.
After earning her degree from Jewell, Becca worked as a paralegal at an employment litigation law firm in Kansas City.
- William Jewell College, B.A., 2017
- The George Washington University Law School, J.D., 2022.