Robyn Levin is a fourth generation Coloradan. She represents injured parties in a variety of areas, including insurance recovery, personal injury, medical negligence, and civil rights.
Robyn became a lawyer because she loves client work, and has a sincere desire to advocate for those who most need help. She has handled claims ranging from smaller amounts to multi-million dollar recoveries, and prides herself on treating each claim and each client with the same dedication and diligence.
Prior to joining Levin Sitcoff, Robyn worked at a firm that focuses on medical negligence claims. She graduated from Stanford Law School, where she received pro bono distinction for her volunteer work in the community, and served as an Editor on both the Stanford Law Review and the Stanford Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Journal. Following law school she clerked for Judge Jon D. Levy, Chief Judge of the Federal District Court of Maine.
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 Bar Association
- 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)