Rebecca Field attended the University of Adelaide and was admitted to legal practice in 1985.
In her 30 years of practice, Rebecca has worked at senior levels and as a partner in several leading Adelaide law firms. She also spent five years working as in-house solicitor in the public sector, dealing with a broad range of complex issues arising from the collapse of the State Bank of South Australia in the 1990s.
Rebecca has represented clients in the Federal, Supreme, District and Magistrates Courts, as well as attending as instructing solicitor in the High Court of Australia.
With this background, Rebecca offers a rare combination of skills, expertise and experience in both transactional work and litigation.
Rebecca joined Adelta Legal as a partner in 2003, and is now Special Counsel practising principally in the area of commercial law.
She has a keen interest in helping families and small business to manage their legal affairs and avoid unwanted surprises. With a preference for the practical approach, Rebecca aims to deliver the highest quality advice to her clients in a timely way and at a reasonable cost.
Whilst Rebecca’s practice now largely focuses on small business, she is well-qualified to provide advice on more complex business transactions for larger enterprises. She is experienced in drafting a range of contracts to suit clients’ specific needs.
Rebecca can assist you with a broad range of advice and services in relation to your business, property dealings and estate planning, including:
- Commercial dispute resolution and litigation
- Company incorporation
- Deceased estate administration
- Deceased estate litigation
- Franchise Advice
- Licence Agreements
- Life Tenancy Agreements
- Loan Agreements and Guarantees
- Mortgages and Securities
- Partnership Agreements
- Powers of Attorney and Advance Care Directives
- Retirement Village Agreements
- Sale and Purchase of Business
- Sale and Purchase of Property
- Trust Advice and Documentation
Rebecca is a member of the Law Society of South Australia. She was a member of the Board of the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia for eight years until 2015, and was engaged to deliver a number of guest lectures in Resolving Civil Disputes and Civil Procedure to law students at the Flinders University of South Australia between 2005 and 2009.