Rebekah Cook-Mack


Rebekah represents workers who have experienced employment discrimination, focusing on remedial enforcement in the class action context. She also represents individual employees who have suffered illegal discrimination or harassment in the workplace. Rebekah litigates disputes before administrative agencies and in court. She is also involved in the firm’s traditional labor practice, including negotiating contracts for newly organized workers.

Practice Areas

  • Sexual Harassment and Sex Discrimination
  • Age Discrimination
  • Race and National Origin Discrimination and Harassment
  • Religious Discrimination Disability Rights
  • Transgender Rights
  • Labor Unions

Case Highlight

  • FDNY / Vulcan Litigation

Awards, Honors & Recognition

  • 2008 Skadden Fellowship
  • 2007 Child Welfare Fund Fellowship to work with the newly created Brooklyn Family Defense Project
  • Received During Lawschool Ann Petlock Poses Prize for Excellence in Client Representation


  • New York University, School of Law, J.D. 2008
  • Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, M.P.A 2008
  • Haverford College, B.A. 1998


State Admissions

  • New York

Outside Industry Talents

  • Former NYCLU board member
  • NELA-NY Board Member (July 2021 - present)