Rebekah Courvoisier received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Washington School of Law in 1996. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Metropolitan State University of Denver from which she graduated with honors in 1993.
Ms. Courvoisier was licensed to practice law in the state of Colorado in 1996 and was admitted to practice law in New Mexico State and Federal courts in 2009. Ms. Courvoisier was admitted to practice in the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court in 2019. She is a Board Member of the New Mexico Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, the Treasurer of the Twelfth Judicial District Bar Association and a member of the New Mexico Bar Association.
While at the University of Washington School of Law, Ms. Courvoisier was privileged to study property under the advisement of Professor William Stoebuck who, literally, wrote the book on real property law. The early interest he inspired has translated into Ms. Courvoisier's continued scholarship and dedication to vigorous representation of clients in real property matters.
Since 2009, Ms. Courvoisier has represented New Mexicans in wide-ranging civil matters including real estate, commercial transactions, contract disputes, and private and public employment matters. Ms. Courvoisier represents clients in New Mexico state and federal courts, before State agencies, and before local government bodies.