Posted by: Avery Roberts on May 10, 2019

Rebecca (Becky) Rainey is a trial lawyer who connects the law with the human experience.  Becky believes our institutions are useful only when they reflect the true values of society, and she is committed to challenging our system of justice to reach its potential.  Becky is a solo practitioner at Rainey Law Office, representing plaintiffs in negligence, medical malpractice, civil rights and Title IX sexual assault cases.  As an adjunct professor at Concordia University School of Law, she has taught classes ranging from Legal Research and Writing, to Advanced Appellate Advocacy, to Trial Skills.  She is the current ITLA amicus coordinator. 

Becky obtained her bachelor’s degree in Political Science from University of San Diego.  She then enlisted in the Army and, while serving as an Interrogator (Korean Linguist) in the U.S. Army at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, received her master’s degree in International Relations--National Security Affairs from the Troy State University.  Becky was the 2002 US Army Pacific Command Solider of the Year.  After serving four years, Becky attended Baylor University School of Law in Waco, Texas.   Following law school, Becky boomeranged back to Idaho where she has lived and worked since 2006.  She lives in Boise with her two kids – Jade and Henry.  She enjoys camping, hiking, running and rafting and is somewhat obsessive about skiing.