Rebecca L. Dalpe


Rebecca L. Dalpe

Rebecca Dalpe obtained her BA from the University of Rochester where she graduated in 1999, cum laude and with highest distinction and high distinction in each of her majors. Rebecca obtained her law degree in 2002 from the State University of New York, University at Buffalo School of Law where she graduated with a concentration in Intellectual Property. Rebecca has also pursued additional education in the Biological and Chemical Sciences at the State University of New York, Buffalo State College. Prior to joining Foster & Eldridge, LLP, Rebecca practiced civil and commercial litigation in Buffalo, New York.

Rebecca's areas of practice include: Medical Malpractice Defense, Health Care Law, Representation of Medical Professionals before Regulatory Boards, Agencies and Committees, Premises Liability, Commercial Liability, General Liability, and Civil and Commercial Litigation. Rebecca is admitted to practice in the State of New York, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island and the State of New Hampshire. Additionally, Ms. Dalpe is admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Ms. Dalpe has received an AV Preeminent Rating, the highest rating for Ethical Standards and Professional Excellence from the international rating directory, Martindale-Hubbell. Rebecca has been repeatedly named as a Massachusetts “Rising Star” and “Super Lawyer” attorney by Boston Magazine. She has been named by Boston Magazine as one of the top 50 women lawyers in Massachusetts. Boston Magazine has also named her as one of the top 50 women lawyers in New England. Boston Magazine also named her as one of the "Top Lawyers of 2022" in Massachusetts. She also was recognized by "Best Lawyers" in 2023.

Rebecca is a member of the Board of Directors of Help A Little One (H.A.L.O.), a non-profit agency committed to addressing the needs of neurologically impaired children. She has previously served as the President of the Cambridge-Arlington-Belmont Bar Association and currently serves as a Member of its Board of Directors. Other memberships include: Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston Bar Association, Rhode Island Bar Association, Women's Bar Association, Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association, Rhode Island Bar Association, Rhode Island Women's Bar Association, New Hampshire Bar Association, and the Defense Research Institute.

Rebecca L. Dalpe