Rebekah Leavitt-Hatch is a law clerk at Brown Family Law who recently finished her first year at BYU Law in the top 5% of her class. Rebekah graduated magna cum laude from BYU with a degree in Psychology and is a recipient of the BYU Law Clark Scholarship.
During her undergraduate studies, Rebekah developed a passion for helping individuals experiencing divorce. She co-founded Dealing With Divorce (a nonprofit providing virtual support groups), volunteered as the community liaison for the Utah Court’s Divorce Education Class for Children, and conducted divorce policy research for the Utah State Legislature. Rebekah has published a handful of articles, including an issue brief analyzing the adequacy of support systems for children of parental separation in Utah. Rebekah worked her way through her undergraduate degree as a lead accountant at a local manufacturer.
When she has free time, Rebekah enjoys working on projects around the house and yard, taking her two cats on walks, practicing viola and piano, and trying new foods with her incredibly supportive husband, Hunter.