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Rebecca Drube is a partner in the firm. Since graduating from law school, Rebecca has devoted her legal career to representation of condominium and homeowner association boards of directors. She counsels community associations, condominium and homeowners associations on their daily business operations and transactional matters. In her role as general counsel to her clients, she represents associations in day-to-day legal issues, including governing document interpretation and enforcement, attending Board and membership meetings, drafting and enforcing rules and regulations, and compliance with state and federal law. Rebecca also greatly enjoys assisting clients with, and has extensive experience in, drafting amendments to covenants and bylaws and contract drafting. Rebecca regularly represents clients in obtaining and closing community association loans used to fund large capital projects. She regularly drafts, reviews and negotiates contracts ranging from service contracts such as landscaping and pool maintenance, to large-scale construction and remodeling contracts for repairs, upgrades and replacement of recreational amenities and condominium common elements. Rebecca comes to NowackHoward from Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco, where she was an associate.
Rebecca is a member of the Florida and Georgia Bar. She is also a member of the Community Associations Institute of Georgia. While in law school, she served as an editor of the University of Alabama Law Review. She regularly authors articles for the Community Advisor newsletter, the Community Counsel blog and other community association-related publications. She also takes pleasure in providing education to Board members and community association managers through teaching classes, including those offered by NowackHoward and the Community Associations Institute of Georgia. Rebecca served as a case editor for the College of Community Association Lawyers annual law seminar in 2016- 2018.
- Kenyon College, BA, cum laude, 2002
- University of Alabama School of Law, JD, cum laude, 2007
- Community Associations Institute of Georgia
Education Committee Chair, 2017-2018; Member, 2007-present