Rebecca Rainey serves as an adjunct professor for the Legal Research and Writing program at Concordia University School of Law. Ms. Rainey operates her own firm in Boise, Idaho, focusing on civil litigation and appeals. She handles a variety of cases, including lender liability, professional malpractice defense, will contests, community/separate property disputes, personal injury, mechanic's liens, and debtor's rights and administrative regulations. In her daily work, she also supervises associates and contract attorneys in managing client files and collaboratively working on legal problems.
Prior to Ms. Rainey opening her own firm, she was a partner at Moffatt, Thomas, Barrett, Rock & Fields, Chtd. At the firm, Ms. Rainey specialized in business and commercial litigation, with a focus on banking, real estate, partnership and employee disputes. She counseled and advised clients on business decisions including entity formation, capitalization, asset protection, partner relations and dissolution.
After receiving her undergraduate degree at the University of San Diego, Ms. Rainey joined the United States Army. Stationed in Hawaii, she worked as a Human Intelligence Collector in Korean Linguist. During her four-year stint in the Army, she was responsible for management and oversight in the collection, compilation, and dissemination of human intelligence reports. In addition she routinely planned, prepared, and conducted technical training related to human intelligence collection and interrogation operations. Ms. Rainey was selected as the 2002 United States Army Pacific Command Soldier of the Year.
Ms. Rainey received her Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of San Diego in 1999. Additionally, she received her Master of Science in international relations, with a concentration in national security affairs concentration from Troy State University in 2004. She was awarded her Juris Doctor from Baylor University School of Law in 2006.