Rebecca C. Lafferty


Phone: 609-572-7550

Fax: 609-572-7551


Location: Atlantic City, New Jersey

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Rebecca C. Lafferty is an associate of the firm and a member of the following practice groups at Cooper Levenson: Gaming and Casino Law; Land Use, Zoning and Planning; Commercial Litigation; and Governmental Services.


Rebecca is based in the firm’s Atlantic City office and focuses her practice on all aspects of the gaming industry and various land use issues, including commercial development, redevelopment, real estate and litigation. She is also involved in the representation of governmental entities in various capacities. Additionally, Rebecca has experience in commercial litigation where she has been involved in representing automobile manufacturers in franchise litigation.


While at Widener University School of Law, Rebecca worked for the Environmental and Natural Resources Clinic representing special interest groups in environmental matters. She also served internships with the Honorable William E. Nugent, J.S.C. and the Honorable Carol E. Higbee, P.J.C.V., in the Superior Court of New Jersey, as well as with the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office in the Environmental Enforcement Section.

Upon completion of her education, Rebecca served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Michael R. Connor, J.S.C., in the Superior Court of New Jersey. Thereafter, she was engaged in the private practice of law for five years focusing primarily in civil litigation before joining Cooper Levenson in 2013.


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Rebecca attended The College of New Jersey where she graduated in 2004 with a degree in Law and Justice and minors in Biology and Psychology. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Widener University School of Law-Wilmington in 2007 where she graduated with Pro Bono Distinction.

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