Rebecca L. Burnham
Rebecca L. Burnham has practiced law in Phoenix since 1980 with a concentration on real estate matters as well as legislative and public policy initiatives pertaining to economic development and land use.
Ms. Burnham’s professional involvements have included leadership positions in professional organizations and she has also written and lectured on the topics of infrastructure finance, land use and economic development incentives – including at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business (Masters of Real Estate Development) and Ira Fulton School of Engineering.
Ms. Burnham remains actively engaged in the community, presently serving on the Board of Directors of Child Crisis Arizona Foundation and previously on other boards and committees including the Boards of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, Inc., Teach For America (Arizona Regional Advisory Board), Phoenix Country Day School, Goldwater Institute and Crisis Nursery, Inc.. She is a former honorary wing commander at Luke AFB and served a two-year tour as one of two Arizona representatives to the USAF Air Education and Training Command. Ms. Burnham is a member of Valley Leadership (Class VII) and was previously a member of Arizona Town Hall.
Ms. Burnham also has a longstanding interest in public affairs, having served as a Republican state committeeman following service as a precinct committeeman, and has served in various capacities in national, state and local political campaigns.
Ms. Burnham has received numerous professional awards and recognitions, including being listed in Best Lawyers in America (1998-2021), Chambers & Partners USA Guide (2007-2021), Southwest Super Lawyers (2007-2021) and AZ Business magazine (Most Influential Business Leaders, 50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business) (2012-2021).