Robert earned his law degree from Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, in Birmingham, AL, concentrating his coursework on trial advocacy and constitutional law. He was the associate director for trial competitions on the Law School Trial Board. While in law school, Robert volunteered at a local middle school, interned with a federal judge, worked at the District Attorney’s office in Family Court, and worked alongside a criminal defense attorney. Robert authored a comprehensive paper on the right to confrontation in criminal prosecutions and completed the National Institute for Trial Advocacy Trial Skills Program in February of 2008.
Robert received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia in the Distinguished Major Program in Political and Social Thought. While at the University of Virginia, he authored a comprehensive thesis on the death penalty and its use with juveniles and people suffering from mental disabilities. Robert also participated in the outdoor educator’s course sponsored by the National Outdoor Leadership School where he spent 24 days hiking and rock climbing in the Beartooth Mountain Range in Montana.
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