Rebecca is an attorney with COOPER I COONS, Ltd. and head of its Family Law Department. Rebecca has been involved in the practice of Family Law in Las Vegas, NV since 1987 and works in the areas of Domestic Relations and Mediation. At the time Rebecca passed the Nevada State Bar in 1986, she was employed as a judicial law clerk for, Michael J. Wendell, District Court Judge, Clark County, Nevada. Rebecca has previously served as an Executive Board Member of the Family Law Bench-Bar Committee, committee member on the Disciplinary Panel of the State Bar of Nevada for 9 years and is currently a Platinum Member of the Las Vegas Social Register. She was also a member of the Executive Council of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Nevada for 8 years. Currently, Rebecca is a member of the Outsource Mediation Committee, and a board member of Collaborative Divorce Group in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Rebecca’s employment background includes having been the head of the Family Law Department of the Alverson, Taylor, Mortensen, Nelson and Sanders Law Firm for more than 8 years and a partner with the Schofield Miller Law Firm. Rebecca is a member of the State Bar of Nevada and the Clark County Bar Association. She accepts cases in the areas of Family Law, defense of attorneys required to appear before the Disciplinary Board of the State Bar of Nevada, and is an Arbitrator for the Clark County District Court in the area of negligence cases. Rebecca is very active as an arbitrator and mediator primarily in the area of Family Law, as well as having been trained as a Collaborative Divorce Law Practitioner 15 years ago, of which there are only approximately 25 such trained attorneys in the State of Nevada.
Rebecca was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. She attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. In 1986, Ms. Miller graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law where she was the recipient of both the American Jurisprudence Award in Family Law and the Los Angeles County Bar Family Law Scholarship. For the past 15 years, Ms. Miller has practiced Collaborative Divorce Law and Mediation as a major part of her Domestic Relations law practice.
Ms. Miller has always had a love of the law and courtroom drama. She enjoys fighting for people’s rights and attempting to convince a Judge that her client’s position should prevail. She grew up in a close knit family in Las Vegas and worked in her family’s dry cleaning operation, where she developed a good business sense and excellent people skills by watching her parents make a success of their business. In law school, Rebecca received the highest grade in her Family Law class, which she attributes to her keen interest in people and the fact that she truly cares about the issues of the families whom she diligently and passionately represents.