Company: Breeding, Olinzock, Carter, Crippen, PC
Location: Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Rebecca Rowe, a paralegal at Butler, Vines and Babb PLLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of legal service.
Hailing from over a decade of experience in her chosen profession, Ms. Rowe has earned distinction as a paralegal at several law offices, most recently including Breeding, Olinzock, Carter, Crippen, PC in Knoxville, Tennessee. She previously worked with Butler, Vines and Babb PLLC, a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent-rated firm that specializes in medical negligence, product liability, auto accidents, personal injury and environmental law, among other areas. In this capacity, she bears responsibility for analyzing medical documents, chronologies, summaries and expense reports, as well as conducting discovery. Previously, Ms. Rowe served in similar roles at LeFevor and Slaughter, Brackfield & Associates, the Cross Law Firm, the Law Office of Mark P. Jones, the Carmichael Law Group and the Wright Legal Group, among others. Likewise, she has distinguished herself as a freelance traveling notary since 2015. Moreover, Ms. Rowe has coached pee-wee football and softball, and dedicated her time and attention to her children’s JROTC Parent Support Group.
Before embarking upon her professional journey, Ms. Rowe studied at the Stratford Career Institute, from which she earned an associate degree in 2010. Following this accomplishment, she attained another associate degree in criminal justice at Everest University South Orlando in 2013. Ms. Rowe concluded her academic efforts at Everest University Tampa, where she received a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in 2014. Among her most cherished accomplishments, she is proud to have earned three college degrees as well as garnering her magna and summa cum laude honors.
In accounting for her success, Ms. Rowe credits the quality of her education, as well as her resolve to rise up from unfortunate circumstances and excel in life. She is also grateful for the constant and never-ending support of her professional and academic endeavors from her husband, Jeffrey Rowe. She notably advises everyone in her field to never give up on yourself, push forward through everything and face any adversity that may come, all ideologies that played an important part in her journey. Looking toward the future, she aspires to obtain a master’s degree, and to continue her service as a paralegal.
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