Rebekah A. Kopplin, Attorney

Rebekah A. Kopplin was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. She attended the University of Alaska Anchorage and in 2018 received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a minor in German. She then attended Baylor University School of Law and graduated with her J.D. in 2021.

While in law school, Rebekah gained valuable hands-on experience through her participation in Baylor Law’s Veterans’ Clinic and Estate Planning Clinic – both of which focused on providing free legal services to veterans and first responders. Rebekah also served as a research assistant to Baylor Law faculty, including former Associate Dean Leah Teague, Assistant Dean Stephen Rispoli, and Professor Elizabeth Fraley, as well as students of Baylor Law’s Litigation Management (L.L.M.) Program. In the summer of 2020, Rebekah interned for Foley & Pearson, P.C. which solidified her desire to practice in the areas of estate planning, trust administration, and probate law.

Prior to joining Foley & Pearson, P.C. in 2022, Rebekah returned to Alaska to clerk for the Honorable Eric A. Aarseth of the Anchorage Superior Court. During her clerkship, Rebekah learned the inner workings of the court system, and expanded her knowledge of Alaska civil, criminal, and appellate law.
Like most Alaskans, Rebekah enjoys spending time outdoors when she is not in the office. Her favorite hobbies include hiking with her husband, Grant, and her dog, Daisy, as well as taking the occasional fishing or hunting trip to fill the freezer for winter.