Rebekah H. McDaniel
Associate, Rebekah H. McDaniel

Rebekah H. McDaniel


Areas Of Practice

Rebekah McDaniel is an associate in Boyd & Jenerette’s Orlando office. She practices in the firm’s Construction Law Group. Ms. McDaniel handles construction claims involving defects, breach of contract, negligence, delay, and insurance coverage. She is building her construction law experience with aspirations of becoming Board Certified in Construction Law by The Florida Bar.

A Florida native, Ms. McDaniel received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Florida and her Juris Doctor from Barry University. While in law school, Ms. McDaniel served as a Student Governor for the Young Lawyer’s Division of The Florida Bar. Additionally, she was the recipient of book awards in Advanced Legal Research and Legal Methods. Prior to and during law school, Ms. McDaniel worked as a legal assistant representing insurers in a wide variety of defense actions.


  • Florida, 2022


  • The Florida Bar

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  • J.D., Barry University, 2021
    • Young Lawyer’s Division of The Florida Bar, Student Governor
    • Book Award Recipient, Advanced Legal Research
    • Book Award Recipient, Legal Methods
  • B.S., University of Central Florida, 2016

Comprehensive Services

Many cases overlap several areas of law. As a full service law firm, we are able to recognize how one legal discipline impacts another. We work as a team on complex issues that require knowledge of a variety of state and federal laws. This multi-disciplinary approach allows clients to receive the large-firm advantage of access to multiple attorneys in a wide scope of practice areas as well as the hands-on customer service offered by a boutique law firm. In addition to civil litigation, employment law, workers’ compensation defense, commercial law, construction law and appeals, our firm also handles professional liability claims.

Our bilingual staff is available to assist with immigration matters, including consular and removal defenses.