M.A., Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
B.A., Smith College
Areas of Specialty
Rebecca serves as a consultant to Wiley Rein LLP. She is an international trade economist with substantial experience in antidumping (AD), countervailing duty (CVD), safeguard, and Section 337 proceedings. She also has significant experience in U.S. appellate review and World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement. Rebecca has additional experience in customs classification, customs fraud investigation, and customs enforcement.
- Consults on economic analysis in trade remedy investigations.
- Drafts petitions, briefs, testimony, talking points, client memoranda, and briefing materials.
- Conducts document review and supported depositions in Section 337 investigation.
- Serves as economic witness in agency hearings.
- Co-author of analysis of commitments under the WTO General Agreement on Trade in Services.
- At the U.S. Department of Commerce, served as an analyst in two AD reviews and one AD investigation.
- At the International Trade Commission (ITC), provided assistance and economic analysis on provisions and impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); on tariff matters (Section 1205); in fact-finding (Section 332) investigations; and in AD, CVD, safeguard, and Section 337 investigations.
- International Trade Consultant (2002-2012) and International Trade Specialist (1998-2002), Private Practice
- Senior Compliance Specialist, U.S. Department of Commerce, Import Administration (1997-1998)
- U.S. International Trade Commission
- Special Assistant, Office of Commissioner Janet A. Nuzum (1991-1997)
- Investigator, ITC Office of Investigations (1985-1991)