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Robert joined the firm in 2012, focusing on personal injury law and commercial litigation. Born and raised in Houston, Robert attended Houston public schools before earning a bachelor of arts from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. He returned to Houston for law school, earning his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center. During law school, Robert worked as an intern for United States District Judge Lynn N. Hughes and was awarded a summer internship with the Texas Railroad Commission by the State Bar of Texas. During his last year of law school Robert served as the editor-in-chief of the Houston Journal of International Law while also working as a law clerk at Stevenson & Murray.
Robert was awarded the James Baker Hughes Prize for his paper on antitrust concerns with international airline alliances. The James Baker Hughes Prize is awarded annually to the best student-written manuscript on international economic law. The prize also included publication in the Houston Journal of International Law. Upon graduation, Robert worked for maritime defense firm Eastham, Watson, Dale & Forney LLP before joining Stevenson & Murray as a trial lawyer.