Robyn Levin
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Stanford Law School, J.D. with pro bono distinction

Colby College, cum laude, B.A., 2008

Honors & Activities
  •  Colorado Super Lawyer Rising Star, 2019 – present
  • Gerald Gunther Prize for Outstanding Performance in Contract Law
Professional Organizations / Activities
  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • Federal Faculty of Advocates
  • Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program, Attorney Mentor
  • Colorado Bar Association, YLD Executive Counsel Member
  • Law Clerk to Hon. Jon D. Levy for the Federal District Court of Maine
Lectures / Written Works

Note, Responsiveness to Difference: ADA Accommodations in the Course of an Arrest¸ 69 Stan. L. Rev. 269 (2017) (cited in Haberle v. Troxell¸ 855 F.3d 170 (3rd Cir. 2018))

Judge Gorsuch and Civil Rights: A Restrictive Reading¸69 Stan. L. Rev. Online 155 (2017) (co-authored)


Harvey v. Catholic Health Initiatives, 495 P. 3D 935 (Colo. 2021) (amicus)

Runkle v. Owners Ins. Co. (amicus)

Scholle v. Ehrichs, 519 P.3d 1093(2022) (amicus) (not yet decided)

Terra Management Group v. Keaten (amicus) (not yet decided)

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About Robyn

Robyn Levin represents injured parties in insurance recovery, personal injury, medical negligence, and civil rights litigation. Fueled by a deep-seated passion for helping those in need, she stands as an advocate for injured parties. Her creative and client-centric approach to the law has made her a force in the legal space.

Robyn has skillfully handled an array of challenging cases. Her notable accomplishments include many multimillion-dollar resolutions. In one case involving a severe brain injury resulting from medical negligence, she came up with a creative approach that resulted in a seven-figure resolution without any prolonged litigation. That resolution ensured her client’s healthcare needs could be met quickly, and would continue to be met for years to come. In another case, she aided a client in obtaining insurance benefits which ultimately meant he did not need to file for bankruptcy. Robyn is also well-regarded for her writing skills, and in many of her cases she has won important arguments before the court which have doubled and tripled the value of her cases.

A fourth-generation Coloradan, Robyn’s journey into law was shaped by a blend of personal experiences and academic pursuits. She is a proud alumna of Cherry Creek High School in Denver and Colby College in Maine, where she earned distinctions in two majors and met her lifelong partner. Post-college, while seeking a career that would satisfy her intellectual curiosity and desire to make a meaningful difference, Robyn explored various paths. This exploration led her to work as a trial paralegal. Eventually, Robyn attended Stanford Law School, where she thrived and honed her legal skills. During her time at Stanford, she engaged in civil rights advocacy, was a published member of the Stanford Law Review, and gained experience at a prestigious New York law firm.

Robyn’s commitment to client welfare extends beyond the courtroom. She maintains close, personal relationships with her clients. In fact, she has a photo album on her phone dedicated to photos she receives from current and former clients, and it is filled with photos of grandchildren, parents, birthday celebrations, and vacation snapshots. Robyn says that those photos are why she loves her work, and that she strives to practice law in a way that is first and foremost focused on the people and families she can aid through her advocacy.

Outside of her legal work, Robyn is a devoted mother and spouse. She also has two big fluffy dogs who often accompany her to the office and try to sit in her desk chair, even though they aren’t very good lawyers.