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Rebecca Nieman

Rebecca Nieman

5519 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
Suite 131
San Diego, California 92117
United States

Telephone: (619) 318-0429
Firm: Law Offices of Rebecca Nieman
Practice Overview:
The Law Office of Rebecca Nieman was established in 2008 by the founding partner Rebecca Nieman. Our mission is to provide quality work to clients in a timely manner with a straightforward billing approach. The firm believes in responding to clients’ needs promptly and giving straight answers in “real world” language in order to simplify the legal system.

Our clients range from small businesses to individuals seeking assistance in one of our practice areas.

We also provide mediation, training and seminars to landlord and tenant groups on issues pertaining to landlord/tenant law and how to effectively respond to conflict that may arise during this relationship in order to avoid the expense of litigation.


Professional Profile:
Rebecca Nieman began her legal career in Chicago, Illinois where she attended DePaul University College of Law. In 2000, Rebecca moved to San Diego, where she worked in the areas of public employment and construction defect law.

In October, 2001 Rebecca began a long and successful career at the Legal Aid Society of San Diego, Inc. where she started as a staff attorney and worked her way up to the position of Director of the Pro Bono Division. While there, she supervised a staff of twelve attorneys and paralegals, as well as hundreds of volunteer attorneys in the community. She oversaw the numerous San Diego Superior Court Legal Clinics where thousands of indigent clients were assisted every year by staff attorneys and volunteer attorneys. Rebecca managed a quarter-million dollar budget and continuously increased funding for the numerous projects the Pro Bono Program created. She also supervised the civil mediation and peace patrol programs. Rebecca focused her practice in the areas of housing law, consumer and general civil litigation, while also creating a 501(c)3 corporate program for low-income individuals looking to start their own businesses.

Rebecca is also an adjunct professor at California Western School of Law, and teaches a course on Public Interest Law.