About the Firm

Tim Fox and Amy Robertson founded Fox & Robertson in 1996, combining their many years of litigation experience and their passion for civil rights. They started the firm out of their apartment, determined to devote their careers to civil rights and to wear suits to work as rarely as possible. When their filing system exceeded the size of their dining room table, they moved to a small office in downtown Denver. Since that time, the practice has grown steadily.Their office is now in a beautiful building with a panoramic view, located close to excellent restaurants, an independent movie theater, and a bondage and domination shop.

About the Attorneys and Staff

Attorney Tim FoxTim Fox received his law degree from Stanford Law School in 1991, where he was a member of the Stanford Law Review and president of his graduating class. After law school, he worked at the Washington, D.C. firm of Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering where he met and married fellow-associate Amy Robertson. Later, after moving to Denver, Tim worked for Davis, Graham & Stubbs. In both firms, Tim worked on large- and small-scale litigation matters, including libel, personal injury, and complex commercial cases. Tim was profiled in the Denver Post in 1998 and was a contributor to Colorado Employment Law. He has spoken often on the ADA and employment discrimination. In 1986, Tim was injured playing rugby and has used a wheelchair for mobility since then.

Attorney Amy RobertsonAmy Robertson received her law degree from Yale Law School in 1988. At Yale, Amy was the Executive Editor of the Yale Journal of International Law and represented the school in the 1987 Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. She lived in Taiwan between college and law school and still speaks conversational Mandarin Chinese. Following law school, Amy clerked for the Hon. Richard L. Williams of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Prior to forming Fox & Robertson, Amy worked in the litigation departments of Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering and Rothgerber, Appel, Powers & Johnson. In both firms, Amy worked on a variety of large and small matters, including securities, communications and complex commercial cases. While at Fox & Robertson, she has been a frequent speaker on the ADA and Fair Housing Act.

Tim and Amy received the 2012 Award of Excellence from the Colorado Chapter of the American College of Trial Lawyers.  In 2008, Tim received The Colorado Bar Association Award of Merit.  In addition, the firm was recognized with the 2007 Impact Fund Award, and the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association Case of the Year award in 2006.  Tim and Amy were named “SuperLawyers” by 5280 Magazine in 2007 and 2008, and Tim in 2010, 2011 and 2012.   Amy was named one of the ten most powerful lawyers in Denver in 2006 by the Denver Business Journal.

Paralegal Caitlin AndersonCaitlin Anderson is a paralegal at Fox & Robertson. She came to us from the University of Pennsylvania’s Rare Book and Manuscript Library, where she assisted the Curator of Printed Books. Though she came most recently from the East coast, she calls Colorado home. She graduated cum laude with distinction from Colorado College in 2005 with a Classics/English major, and went on to receive a Post-Baccalaureate certificate in Classical Languages from the University of Pennsylvania. She is excited to actually have a chance to use her academic background to decipher some legal Latin and to use her experience working at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo to assist with litigation.

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