Join us at Hill House for dinner and a presentation on the vocation of Law with Rebecca Ricketts.
Becky Perry Ricketts is a native of Sugar Land, Texas, and the oldest of five kids. In 2006, Becky graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, where she majored in Plan II, government, and philosophy. While at UT-Austin, Becky was selected as a Truman Scholar. After a brief stint as a freelance journalist at WORLD magazine, she attended Yale Law School, where she graduated in 2010.
After law school, Becky worked as a law clerk for Judge Richard Sullivan on the Southern District of New York, for Judge Jose Cabranes on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and for Justice Clarence Thomas on the Supreme Court.
Becky now lives in Dallas with her husband, Rodman Ricketts, who is an architect at GFF. They are current members at New St. Peter’s Presbyterian Church, longtime fans of the Hill House, and graduates of the Gotham Fellowship, a one-year fellowship through the Center for Faith and Work at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City.
Since 2014, Becky has worked as an appellate lawyer at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. In her free time, she enjoys reading on her back porch, occasionally working out, and eating Rodman’s Cajun cooking.