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Rebecca J. Roeker

Attorney
  • Office:
    • Milwaukee

      411 East Wisconsin Avenue
      Suite 1000
      Milwaukee, WI 53202

  • Telephone: (414) 287-1491
  • Fax: (414) 238-6671

Rebecca Roeker is a Shareholder with over 14 years of experience in both private practice and state service. She was the appointed Chief Legal Counsel for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and worked with stakeholders, leadership and citizens with all issues relating to transportation, including road improvement and construction, project approval and management, environmental justice (NEPA/WEPA), voter identification, railroads, outdoor advertising, grant programs, state patrol and law enforcement, commercial transportation, and legislative issues. In addition, Rebecca oversaw administrative rulemaking, drafting of legislation and tracking of key legislative issues. Prior to being appointed Chief Legal Counsel, Rebecca worked as Project Attorney for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, managing statewide mega and major projects.

Rebecca also served as Chief Legal Counsel for the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and was in private practice where she assisted clients in every phase of commercial real estate, construction, eminent domain and land use issues.

Rebecca is active in the transportation law community, working with both governmental bodies and stakeholder groups, and also as a member of the Associate Council of Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association and a member of the Wisconsin Transportation Developer’s Association. Rebecca is also involved in the construction and commercial real estate industry as a member of NAIOP Wisconsin and Metropolitan Builders Association. She is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Bar Association.

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Education:

  • Marquette University, J.D., 2003
  • Marquette University, B.A., cum laude, 2000

Bar Admissions:

  • Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit