Rebecca Bartlett

Rebecca Bartlett

Founding Attorney

Commitment to Service:

Rebecca L. Bartlett is dedicated to assisting military service members and veterans to navigate the–often complicated and sluggish–administrative process involved in seeking their entitled VA disability compensation benefits. She is proud to be a military spouse to a recently retired servicemember, is the daughter of two military veterans, and is the granddaughter of military veterans. This makes her passion to assist veterans more than just professional, it’s personal. With having countless friends and family serving our nation, she has first-hand knowledge of the myriad of struggles—physical and emotional—that our veterans must overcome.


Rebecca founded Bartlett Legal Group in an effort to serve the military community she has grown up surrounded by her entire life. She began her career as a social worker with an emphasis in working with trauma survivors. Formerly a prosecutor, serving in both the civil and criminal divisions for Washington State, she is a seasoned trial and appellate attorney. Additionally, her juvenile criminal advocacy earned her national media recognition, advocating for an overhaul of a juvenile statute allowing murder convictions to be sealed.

Personal Life:

Rebecca is a proud military spouse and mother to three wonderful children. She is also a dog lover and avid supporter of the animal rescue community. Coffee and plants sustain her. If not at home, she can be found enjoying nature with her family.

Legal Journey:

Prior to law school, she was employed as a counselor to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking and later as a victims’ advocate for the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office, New Orleans, Louisiana. Her extensive experience working with victims of domestic and sexual violence garnered her significant community recognition. With a Master’s in Social Work, and Certificate in Disaster Mental Health, Rebecca is educated and experienced in working with survivors of all types of trauma. Her personal experiences, time as a civil and criminal prosecutor, and her years of work with survivors of trauma bolster her ability to assist her clients in achieving their best possible results.


  • Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., Certificate in International Law
  • Tulane University School of Social Work, M.S.W., Certificate in Disaster Mental Health
  • Tulane University Newcomb College, B.S.


  • Florida State Bar
  • Alabama State Bar
  • VA Accredited Attorney
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC)
  • Supreme Court of the United States