Rebecca A. McCullough
Rebecca A. McCullough is a licensed member of the Pennsylvania Bar. She focuses her practice on the representation of public entities, their officials and employees in a variety of litigation matters.
Prior to joining Lavery Law, Ms. McCullough received significant municipal law experience as an Assistant Solicitor in Dauphin County. She assisted in the representation of Dauphin County on issues including election law, administrative law, labor and employment law, right to know law and open meetings, procurement and public bidding, and zoning and land use. She served as a law clerk for the Solicitor’s Office for almost three years before receiving her license.
Ms. McCullough was an Associate Editor of the Widener Commonwealth Law Review. She was also an active member of both the Moot Court Honor Society and the Trial Advocacy Honor Society. She graduated with a certificate in Advocacy and received the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Student Advocacy Award. Ms. McCullough was named to the Order of Barristers for outstanding oral and written advocacy. She currently has two publications in the Widener Commonwealth Law Review.
Ms. McCullough graduated from Saint Vincent College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics and a second major in Criminology, Law & Society. She received her Juris Doctor from Widener University Commonwealth Law School and graduated cum laude. Ms. McCullough is a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania native and serves on her local school board.