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Rebecca L. Holdredge

Director of Knowledge Management

Rebecca Holdredge is the Director of Knowledge Management at Levenfeld Pearlstein. She is responsible for driving business transformations, streamlining operations, and leveraging data to optimize client value by identify new and creative solutions to simplify business processes and solve complex business problems. With experience as an attorney, actuary, and innovator, Rebecca’s passion lies at the intersection of business and law, helping law firms reimagine how they deliver legal services to achieve business objectives and improve the client experience.

She often shares the knowledge she has amassed over the course of her career with others in the industry, speaking and publishing on topics such as data visualization, change management, data analytics, design thinking, law firm profitability, and legal innovation.

Rebecca earned her J.D., magna cum laude, from Tulane University Law School and her B.S., magna cum laude, from Washington University. She is the founder of Blueprint Legal Solutions, a nonprofit that focuses on improving legal operations to enhance access to justice.

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+1 312 476 7667

Additional Information

Education & Admissions

  • Tulane University Law School, J.D., magna cum laude
  • Washington University, B.S., magna cum laude
Bar Admissions
  • Missouri
  • Kentucky


  • Six Sigma Black Belt
  • International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)
  • Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC)
  • Legal Marketing Association
  • Society of Actuaries


  • CLOC’s Legal Innovation in Operations Project Award Winner (2020)
  • Missouri Lawyer’s Media - Top Legal Innovation Award (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • Litera - Changing Lawyer Award Finalist (2019)
  • ILTA – Innovative Law Firm of the Year (2014)


  • What’s your favorite quote?
    “I think Henry Ford once said, ’If I’d ask customers what they wanted, they would’ve told me a faster horse.’ People don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” - Steve Jobs

  • What do you do best?
    Asking Why. Being both a lawyer and engineer, I love dissecting a problem or process down to its component parts so I can see how everything works together. Many people take problems at face value, but when you get down into the weeds, you can almost always find simple ways to make it better.

  • What is one thing you learned during the past year?
    I learned that working in an office was more stressful than I realized and working remotely helped give me more balance. As a working mom, between traveling and late nights at the office, I would only get to see my kiddos one or two nights a week for an hour at most; now I’m home when they get on and off the bus, can help with homework, and read bedtime stories, etc.

“Rebecca is such a forward, out-of-the-box thinker. She is great at coming up with creative solutions and I’m grateful for her expertise and help designing and implementing a custom client intake system for our team. It’s such a wonderful tool and we’d be lost without it. “ – Director of Pro Bono Services, AmLaw100 firm