Robert is an Advocate at HAC. He was previously an intern at HAC during the summer of 2020 and, prior to his current position, rejoined the organization in 2022 as a Fellow through the Legal Service Funders Network (LSNF) Public Interest Law Bar Fellowship. In law school, Robert did research on faulty forensic science and unreliable eyewitness-ID procedures that lead to wrongful convictions, the recent privatization of law enforcement policy manuals, and the role of cities and counties in perpetuating “poverty tows” in the Bay Area.
J.D., Santa Clara University School of Law, 2022
B.A., Gender Studies, University of California, Davis, 2015