Cortney Robinson focuses on advancing the interest of clients in complex civil litigation. She has experience in offensive and defensive discovery; framing legal issues; preparing depositions, drafting motions, witness statements, and other pleadings; and trial preparation.
Cortney's recent matters include work on international arbitrations and Jones Day's representation of the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the Toys "R" Us Company I chapter 11 cases.
Cortney maintains an active pro bono practice. She has handled civil matters on the behalf of underrepresented, pro bono clients in the District of Columbia Superior Courts and contributed to the Firm's successful representation of the city council members in Payne v. Charlottesville who were sued for their votes to remove Confederate statues from downtown parks. Cortney also regularly volunteers with the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless and the Landlord Tenant Resource Center.
- Harvard University (J.D. 2018); Howard University (B.A. in Political Science with highest distinction 2015)
- District of Columbia and Georgia