Rebekah Salguero joined Pless Law Firm in 2020 and is based in the firm’s Boulder office. Rebekah concentrates her 17 years of legal experience in land use, zoning, real estate, and development law including development in Indian country.
Before joining Pless Law, Rebekah held positions as in-house counsel and outside counsel, at a large multinational law firm and at smaller boutique firms. She has represented clients through the planning and entitlement process including site acquisition, site plan approval, rezoning, land use approvals and permitting. Rebekah has also worked on large scale commercial and real estate land transactions including serving as lead counsel on a proposed billion-dollar resort casino and a twelve-million-dollar low-income housing tax credit project. Rebekah is a skilled negotiator and has represented clients on development projects and real estate transactions, both large and small.
Rebekah received her Juris Doctorate from Tulane University Law School where she received a Certifcate of Specialization in Environmental Law, served as Business Editor for the Tulane Environmental Law Journal. She also worked as a research assistant for the Tulane Insitute for Environmenal Law & Policy where she conducted research on trade and environmental issues arising from the FTAA–the Free Trade Area of the Americas.
- Florida Super Lawyers, Rising Star, Land Use (2010)
- Hispanic Bar Assocition
- Colorado Bar Association
- Colorado Indian Bar Association
- J.D., Tulane University School of Law
- B.S., Nova Southeastern University