Rebekah González counsels and assists clients in navigating an increasingly complex immigration system.

A long-dedicated advocate for immigrants' rights, Rebekah was previously a legal supervisor on the Immigrant Children’s Protection Project of the National Immigrant Justice Center, where she worked to advance the rights and protections afforded to unaccompanied immigrant children. Before that, she was an attorney on the Illinois Migrant Legal Assistance program of Legal Aid Chicago, representing migrant and agricultural farmworkers in employment and immigration-related matters.

Professional Affiliations

  • Chicago Bar Association

Honors & Awards

  • DePaul University College of Law
    • CALI Award in Federal Income Tax and Policy
    • CALI Award in Art and the Law
    • CALI Award in Asylum and Refugee Law
    • CALI Award in Evidence
    • CALI Award in Legal Analysis, Research and Communication III

J.D., summa cum laude, DePaul University College of Law, 2017

M.A., Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Chicago, 2011

B.A., Biology and International Studies, Indiana University at Bloomington, 2008