Craig M. Robinson

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PRACTICE AREAS
Personal Injury, Brain Injury, Burn Injury, Car Accidents, Dangerous Products, Electrocutions, Industrial Accidents, Offshore Maritime, Contamination, Wrongful Death, 18 Wheeler Trucking, Class Actions, Commercial Litigation, BP Oil Spill Litigation, Property Insurance/Damage

COURT ADMISSIONS
Louisiana; U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals; U.S.D.C. Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana

Attorney
Telephone (504) 581-4892
Fax (504) 561-6024
Email Attorney

Craig M. Robinson is an associate with Herman, Herman & Katz, L.L.C. Mr. Robinson attended Loyola University in New Orleans where he earned a B.A. in Political Science with a History minor in 2006. Mr. Robinson was a recipient of Loyola’s Jesuit Identity Scholarship and was an active member of the University’s Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program, which mentored local school children.

Mr. Robinson attended Loyola College of Law in New Orleans where he received his J.D. and Environmental Law Certificate in May of 2009. While at Loyola College of Law, Mr. Robinson was a member of the Trial Advocacy Team, Environmental Law Society, Real Estate Law Society and participated in Loyola’s Mediation Clinic. Mr. Robinson also received a Louisiana Real Estate Salesperson License in March of 2009 and became a Notary Public in May of 2010.

Mr. Robinson came to Herman, Herman & Katz, L.L.C. after law school and joined the firm as an associate early in 2011 at which time he began working on the BP Oil Spill Case, MDL-2179. Mr. Robinson handles insurance, personal injury, maritime personal injury, wrongful death, class actions, multi-district litigation, highway liability, products liability, general civil litigation, and family law matters.

EDUCATION:

  • Loyola University New Orleans, Loyola College of Law, J.D. 2009
  • Loyola University New Orleans, B.A. 2006

MEMBERSHIPS:

  • Federal Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • American Association for Justice: Web & IT Advisory Committee
  • Louisiana State Bar Association
  • Louisiana Association for Justice
  • New Orleans Bar Association: Class Actions & Complex Litigation Committee
  • Jefferson Parish Bar Association

PUBLISHED WORKS:

“MDL Basics: Laying the Tracks for New Attorneys,” Louisiana Advocates Vol. XXVIII, No. 5, p. 18 (May 2013)