Rebecca L. Matlock

Rebecca L. Matlock: Attorney with Sanford Law Firm
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  • 18756 Stone Oak Parkway, Suite 200, Room 201, San Antonio, TX 78258
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Rebecca Matlock practices primarily in employment law litigation. She has worked on labor law cases involving misclassification, minimum wage, overtime and ‘off-the-clock’ violations. As an undergraduate at Baylor University, she wrote for the university newspaper, The Lariat, and was involved in several other organizations on campus. As a law student, she served as Executive Editor of the UALR Law Review, which published her article in the Spring of 2015 issue. She also clerked at the Attorney General’s office, the Arkansas Municipal League, and several law firms in the Little Rock area. Rebecca and her husband live in Little Rock where they enjoy canoeing, gardening, and hiking.

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  • Labor Law

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833-200-3796  Phone
Year of First Admission:
2015, Arkansas

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