Rebekah J. Glover

Associate

Education

Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. (2011)

  • Executive Editor, Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy

Anderson University, B.A. (2005)


Admissions

Ohio

Virginia

Rebekah joined the Columbus office of Whitt Sturtevant LLP in 2015. Prior to this, she worked at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio as legal aide to Commissioner Asim Z. Haque. During her time at the Commission, Rebekah worked on a broad range of issues, including EPA carbon emissions standards, renewable energy and energy efficiency portfolio standards, and gas/electric coordination concerns.

Before her tenure with the Commission, Rebekah clerked with the Education Section of the Ohio Attorney General. There she worked as a contract attorney and project manager, leading teams in discovery on federal investigations and contract disputes. She also co-authored chapters on securities legislation, conflict minerals and resource extraction in “Emerging Trends in Securities Law: 2013-2014 Edition.”

Rebekah earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Anderson University and law degree from Georgetown University. She is the author of “Weighing Market Driven-Competition Against Government Regulation in Online Entertainment Media,” published in the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, where she held the role of Executive Editor. Rebekah was also a member of the Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic.

Rebekah was admitted to practice in Ohio and Virginia in 2012. 

  • Legal aide to Commissioner Asim Z. Haque at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
  • Completed the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners' Regulatory Studies Program
  • Executive Editor, Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy
  • Author of “Weighing Market Driven-Competition Against Government Regulation in Online Entertainment Media,” published in the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy
  • Co-authored chapters on securities legislation, conflict minerals and resource extraction in “Emerging Trends in Securities Law: 2013-2014 Edition