Assistant Professor of Law
Rebecca Morrow’s experience has included practice at a nonprofit, at a large corporate firm, and at a mid-size boutique firm. She began her career at Legal Aid, assisting clients to gain custody of children who had been abused or neglected by their parents. She then worked at Preston, Gates & Ellis (now K&L Gates) where she was a member of the Tax-Exempt Organizations group. She next joined Skellenger Bender where she continued representing victims of domestic violence and developed further expertise in tax and estate planning. She graduated from Santa Clara University (B.S. Political Science), Yale University (J.D.) and the University of Washington (LL.M. Taxation). She was an Adjunct Professor at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business, where she taught Estate Tax, Gift Tax, and Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates. Her scholarship applies concepts from macro and micro economics (price capitalization, behavioral economics, stock option pricing models) to tax issues. She is also interested in the intersections of family law and tax.