Rebekah Paradis is an Associate in the Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights Practice at Shulman Rogers. Clients look to her for support with matters including bankruptcy, confessed judgments, breach of contract actions and judgment recovery. She has experience in all aspects of bankruptcy and corporate restructuring, including complex Chapter 11 cases, asset dispositions and bankruptcy litigation, as well as out-of-court restructurings and receivership cases.
Bekah earned a B.A. in Management from the University of Lynchburg and a J.D. and Business Law Certificate from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School Of Law. Bekah received the William P. Cunningham award for exceptional achievement and service to the school, and the Paul Cordish Writing Award for her article on Business Interruption Insurance following the COVID-19 pandemic.
While in law school, Bekah served as a student attorney in the Consumer Bankruptcy clinic, where she advised clients on all aspects of bankruptcy proceedings and represented clients through Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases. She served as a Notes and Comments Editor for the Journal of Business & Technology Law and was a member of the Business Law Society Executive Board, the Alternative Dispute Resolution team and the Bankruptcy Moot Court team. As a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution team, Bekah competed in the American Bar Association Regional and National Negotiation Competition.
Bekah has also co-authored the following article with Shulman Rogers Bankruptcy Chair, Michael Lichtenstein:
-Unrecorded Deeds of Trust: Take Them Out of Your Pocket Before They Burn a Hole, The Banking Law Journal February 2023
When she’s not in the office, Bekah enjoys yoga and spending time outdoors.