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Rebecca Lundberg

Assistant County and District Attorney

Ellis County District Attorney’s Office

Rebecca Lundberg currently practices within the civil department of the Ellis County and District Attorney’s Office. She has been employed as an Assistant District Attorney with Ellis County since October 2020. The Ellis County civil department handles a large variety of legal issues, some of which include employment law, county-government law, open-government inquiries, and representing the county in civil litigation matters. Rebecca graduated with honors from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts in Government and a minor in Business in May 2011. While attending school, Rebecca interned for the Texas Governor’s Office, worked as a legal assistant for a solo practicing defense attorney, and participated in the Longhorn University Rotaract Club. Rebecca earned a J.D. from SMU School of Law in May 2014, graduating with honors. During the course of her law school career she participated in SMU’s civil-law clinic, where she represented indigent clients in small-claim matters. Shortly after graduating, Rebecca joined the civil division of the Kaufman County DA’s Office, where she practiced as an Assistant DA from 2014-2020. Rebecca primarily serves as general counsel to the Ellis County Commissioners Court. During her employment, Rebecca’s practice has had a concentration in regulatory and county-growth issues. Rebecca recently participated in the redrafting of subdivision regulations for both Kaufman and Ellis counties and was a part of the Kaufman County litigation team to resolve three major pipeline road damage claims, resulting in large settlement amounts.