The Legal Community
At Robertson & Ash, LLC, we believe in the attorney’s duty to serve not only clients, but also the community and the legal system.
Our attorneys consistently have made pro bono part of their legal practice. We have represented pro bono clients in both administrative and civil venues, including winning a six figure award for a pro bono client before an administrative agency.
As a law student, Mr. Robertson was a member of the American Inns of Court, and he has continued that tradition as a member of the Thompson Marsh Inn of Court in Denver. He believes that the mentoring and education of such associations is crucial to maintaining the professionalism and legitimacy of the legal community.
Mr. Robertson is also a member of the Democracy and Education Committee of the Denver/Colorado Bar Association.
If you represent a non-profit organization that has a compelling need for legal services but does not have the resources to hire an attorney, please contact us to determine whether we can help.
Being a concerned attorney is not enough, and we also have worked in non-legal capacities to better our community. In the 1990’s, Mr. Robertson was a Big Brother in Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado. He also has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity, for an adult literacy program, and for other community projects. Mr. Ash, likewise, has volunteered in his community.