Virginia L. Robbins, Esq.
Virginia Robbins is a practicing family law attorney and mediator located in Centennial, Colorado. Ms. Robbins has dedicated her practice to family law issues, including divorce, legal separation, custody, child support, and maintenance. Robbins Law Firm LLC also offers mediation services in the area of family law.
Ms. Robbins holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Washington State University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law.
As a law student, Ms. Robbins completed an internship with the Denver City Attorney’s Office, Municipal Department and participated in VITA, Volunteer Income Assistance Program, assisting low income tax payers in preparing their tax returns. In addition, Ms. Robbins participated in Metro Volunteer Lawyers’ Family Law Court Program. This program allowed Ms. Robbins to represent low income parties in court during their divorce proceedings.
Ms. Robbins is a current member of the Colorado Bar Association, Arapahoe County Bar Association, Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, and the Mediation Association of Colorado. Ms. Robbins currently serves on the Access to Justice Committee with the 18th Judicial District, as chair of the Family Law Pro Se Clinic in Arapahoe County District Court, and the Board of Directors for the Arapahoe County Bar Association.
In addition, Ms. Robbins is an active volunteer mediator with Jefferson County Mediation Services in Golden, Colorado. Ms. Robbins is also an active volunteer and presenter at the Women’s Divorce Workshop held monthly in Parker, Colorado.
As a volunteer with Jefferson County Mediation Services, Ms. Robbins assists parties in resolving their family disputes without extensive involvement from the courts. Ms. Robbins has completed 40 hours of training in the theory and practice of mediation and continues to participate in further training to strengthen her skills in the area of mediation.
Ms. Robbins is an adjunct professor at Arapahoe Community College teaching Family Law and Bankruptcy Law in the Paralegal Program.
Along with running a law practice, Ms. Robbins spends time with her two adult children, dogs and horses. She is an avid equestrian and enjoys barrel racing at rodeos throughout the state of Colorado.
Robbins Law Firm is dedicated to providing personalized and affordable legal representation to those families seeking professional legal counsel.
Professional Association and Memberships
- Colorado Bar Association
- Arapahoe County Bar Association Committee Chair of Pro Se Clinic
- Board of Directors for the Arapahoe County Bar Association
- Doyles Inn of Court
- Mediation Association of Colorado
- Access to Justice Committee, 18th Judicial District
- Project Safeguard, divorce clinic instructor
- Collection Clinics, instructor
- Metro Volunteer Lawyers
- Channel 9 Lawline
- Arapahoe County District Court, Family Law Pro Se Clinic, attorney volunteer
- Women’s Divorce Workshop, Parker, Colorado, presenter
- Volunteer mediator with Jefferson County Mediation Services
- University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO
- Juris Doctorate, May 2007
- Washington State University, Pullman, WA
- Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, 1990
Cassy Brule grew up in a small farming community in northern Minnesota. In 2014, Cassy received her bachelor’s degree at Minnesota State University Moorhead. She took part in the Minnesota State Paralegal Association Moorhead. With her internship in North Dakota, she participated in personal injury, probate, mediation and family law.
During her Paralegal career, Cassy has also received her Master’s Degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion with an Emphasis in Health and Wellness.
In Cassy’s free time, she enjoys going out for hikes, horseback riding, playing with her pet bunny, spending time with family and friends.