Rebekah Sprayberry graduated from Georgia College & State University in 2015 with a BA in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology. She began her career in the legal field the same year as a personal injury legal assistant to Attorney Robert D. Stein. In 2018, she made the transition to criminal defense when she joined Miller & Key as a 3L legal intern. She quickly fell in love with criminal defense and has enjoyed learning as much as possible through case work and court observation. She specializes in client relations, legal research, and case preparation, and works closely with Attorney North on the firm’s personal injury cases.
At the age of 4 Rebekah decided she wanted to be a lawyer, and in 2016 she began pursuit of that dream by attending Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. She is enrolled in the school’s part-time program, allowing her the opportunity to earn practice experience through work during the day while also taking classes in the evenings. She is set to receive her Juris Doctor in May 2020 and take the bar exam July 2020, and hopes to continue working in criminal defense.