Rebecca Joseph is a higher education attorney who works with colleges and universities to ensure legal and regulatory compliance. With a deep background in both legal and corporate diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) compliance, Rebecca understands the unique challenges faced by her higher education clients in the complex and ever-changing Title IX, civil rights, and DEI landscape. Rebecca works diligently with students, faculty, and staff to meet the needs of all parties involved.

Rebecca has previous experience as a judicial extern for the Honorable Elizabeth A. Preston Deavers of the United State District Court for the Southern District of Ohio and a legal extern for The Supreme Court of Ohio Dispute Resolution Section. She also served as a Research Assistant and Workshop Facilitator for the Divided Community Project, an initiative that provides dispute resolution services to local community and university leaders preparing for or navigating civil unrest.

Industries & Practices


The Ohio State University (B.A. in Speech & Hearing Sciences), 2016; Morrill Scholar

Cornell University (Diverse Professionals Certificate), 2017

The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (J.D.), 2022; Diversity Enrichment Scholar; Federal Bar Association Scholar; Editor in Chief, The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution; Advisory Board Member, Program on Law and Leadership

Professional Activities

Leadership for Social Change Program, Columbus YWCA, Class of 2022


Presentations & Publications

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Rebecca A. Joseph

  • 100 South Third Street
    Columbus, OH 43215 -4291


  • Admitted, State of Ohio, 2022
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