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Ms. Amy F. Robertson

Executive Director - Education

CREEC

Direct Phone: (303) ***-****       

Email: a***@***.org

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CREEC

104 Broadway Suite 400

Denver, Colorado 80203

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Partner

Fox & Robertson , P.C.

Attorney

Creak

Interpreter, Instructor and Naturalist

Fairfax County

Associate

Rothgerber , Appel , Powers & Johnson LLP

Associate

Wilmer Cutler Pickering LLP

Associate

Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Law Clerk

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

Executive Editor of the Yale Journal of International Law

Yale University

Affiliations

Member
Colorado Trial Lawyers Association

Member
National Employment Lawyers Association

Member
Denver Disability Rights Roundtable

Member
Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association

Education

B.A.

Swarthmore College

J.D.

Yale Law School

degree

linguistics and philosophy

Swarthmore College

law degree

Yale Law School

Web References (144 Total References)


CREEC in Court: Deaf Dad Sues Pueblo’s Parkview Medical Center Over Failure to Provide Interpreter | CREEC

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said Amy Robertson, Co-Executive Director at the Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center, who is representing the plaintiff in this matter.

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"We're hoping that this case will be an important step in remedying this recurring violation," said Robertson.


Baca v. Parkview Resolved! | CREEC

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Amy Robertson Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center 303-757-7901 arobertson@creeclaw.org


Who We Are | CREEC

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CREEC was founded in 2013 by the law nerds who used to be the firm of Fox & Robertson - Tim Fox and Amy Robertson - to provide a platform for more creative approaches to civil rights law than were available through a private firm, including but not limited to educational materials featuring puppies.

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After meeting as associates at what was then Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering - and, in flagrant violation of Wilmer's nonexistent anti-fraternization policies, marrying - Tim and Amy moved to Denver in 1995 and spent a year with two of Denver's finestcommercial firms.
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Amy Robertson received her law degree from Yale Law School in 1988 and her B.A. from Swarthmore College in 1983. 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.
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Amy and Tim were both selected by 5280 Magazine for inclusion in the 2015 Top Lawyers list.
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Tim and Amy have both been named "Super Lawyers" on multiple years. (You should see us in our tights and capes!) Amy was named one of the ten most powerful lawyers in Denver in 2006 by the Denver Business Journal.
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Tim and Amy have also been honored as Fellows of the Colorado Bar Foundation, a designation bestowed upon no more than five percent of the lawyers in Colorado for "outstanding dedication to the welfare of the community, the traditions of the profession and the maintenance and advancement of the objectives of the Colorado Bar Association."


Who We Are | CREEC

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CREEC was founded in 2013 by Tim Fox and Amy Robertson following 17 years of practice as plaintiffs' civil rights lawyers at the law firm of Fox & Robertson.

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At F&R, Tim and Amy litigated class and individual civil rights cases with a focus on disability rights.
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Tim and Amy founded CREEC to continue to bring impact litigation, expand beyond disability rights, and conduct more extensive outreach, education, and proactive investigation, including testing!
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Amy Robertson and Tim Fox are the founders and Co-Executive Directors of CREEC.
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After meeting as associates at what was then Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering - and, in flagrant violation of Wilmer's nonexistent anti-fraternization policies, marrying - Tim and Amy moved to Denver in 1995 and spent a year with two of Denver's finestcommercial firms.
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Amy received her law degree from Yale Law School in 1988 and her B.A. from Swarthmore College in 1983. 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. Amy is admitted to practice in Colorado, the District of Columbia (inactive), and Minnesota (inactive).
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Amy and Tim were both selected by 5280 Magazine for inclusion in the 2015 and 2016 Top Lawyers lists.
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When they were in private practice, Tim and Amy were named "Super Lawyers" on multiple years. (You should see them in their tights and capes!) Amy was named one of the ten most powerful lawyers in Denver in 2006 by the Denver Business Journal.
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Tim and Amy have also been honored as Fellows of the Colorado Bar Foundation, a designation bestowed upon no more than five percent of the lawyers in Colorado for "outstanding dedication to the welfare of the community, the traditions of the profession and the maintenance and advancement of the objectives of the Colorado Bar Association."


"They claimed they were not able ...

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"They claimed they were not able to provide outdoor rec for inmates at the maximum custody level, who have to be kept separate from each other," says CREEC attorney Amy Robertson. "The solution they had was this cage - but they didn't like it when we used that word."

According to Robertson, the agreement now calls for the highest-security inmates to be moved to Sterling, which already has rec facilities for inmates who must be kept separate from others.

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