Professor Robinson-Dorn joins the faculty after 14 years in private practice. Most recently, she was a partner at a large, international law firm, where her employment practice included litigation, advice and counseling, and mergers and acquisitions.
Professor Robinson-Dorn also successfully handled many pro bono matters, including litigation involving the rights of women and children, and has served on numerous boards and in law firm and community leadership roles. She looks forward to drawing upon her practice background to teach Lawyering Skills, and to help integrate skills teaching throughout UCI Law's curriculum.
Expertise: Lawyering Skills, Legal Profession, Employment, Client Counseling, Litigation, Business Transactions, Women in the Profession
Current Courses: Lawyering Skills I
Prior Courses Taught: Lawyering Skills I and II, Employment Law