Major: Political Science
Rebecca Kramer pursued the Capital Certificate for Public Law & Policy as part of her J.D. degree. She completed an internship with the Assembly Judiciary Committee. As an intern, she analyzed proposed legislative measures, including negotiated legislative language with members' staff, third house interests, and committee staff. In addition, she drafted legislative bill analyses for bills that were scheduled to be heard in the Assembly Judiciary Committee, which included conducting extensive legal research into legislative history of related and/or similar legislation. Lastly, she researched and prepared objective legal opinions as needed by committee staff.
Rebecca was ranked among the top 10% of the Class of 2013 and her activities include Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity and the Reading Partners Student Mentor Program. She is a member of Order of the Coif honor society. In addition to her Capital Center internship, Rebekah was a Research Assistant for Professor Raymond Coletta and completed an internship with the Office of Legislative Counsel.
Rebecca began a legal position with the Office of Legislative Counsel in September 2013. The Office of Legislative Counsel is a non-partisan public agency that drafts legislative proposals, prepares legal opinions and provides other confidential legal services to the Legislature.