Rebecca L. Bartlett is a former prosecuting attorney for Washington State. Having worked in both the civil and criminal divisions, her work has included civil and criminal bench and jury trials and appellate advocacy in support of serious felony convictions. Additionally, her work in juvenile criminal prosecutions earned her national media recognition. As a private practitioner, Ms. Bartlett aids veterans seeking VA benefits and assists immigrants in attaining status in the United States.
Before law school, she was employed as a counselor to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking and later as a victims' advocate for the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office, New Orleans, Louisiana. Her extensive experience working with victims of domestic and sexual violence garnered her significant community recognition.
Rebecca earned her Juris Doctorate with a certificate in International Law from Loyola College of Law. During law school, she competed nationally in moot court, earning her induction into the Order of Barristers, and served as a member of the Maritime Law Journal. She earned both a Bachelor's of Science in psychology, and a Master's in Social Work from Tulane University, where she was also awarded a specialized certificate in disaster mental health.