Amy Robinson JD ?02

Amy Robinson JD ’02

02/05/2021

Amy Robinson JD ’02 has been promoted to partner at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s Vancouver, Washington, office. Licensed to practice in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska, Robinson joined the firm in 2019 as senior counsel, bringing with her more than 18 years of experience in advising public and private Pacific Northwest employers on a broad range of employment-related issues. Her background in human resources provides her with a unique and keen awareness of the competing pressures, workplace dynamics, and practical challenges that her clients face every day. Robinson provides carefully tailored guidance on compliance challenges and disputes covering the entire employment life cycle, including protected leaves and workplace accommodations, wage and hour issues, and discrimination and harassment prevention. She also performs outside and third-party investigations, and is a frequent speaker on employment law topics to HR professionals, management, and a range of trade and industry groups.

07/27/2020

Amy Robinson JD ’02, an attorney with Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, was appointed to serve on the Washington State University (WSU) Vancouver Advisory Board for WSU’s Carson College of Business. Through building industry alliances, the advisory board helps define the college’s vision, while also providing guidance to and indentifying best practices for the academic departments.

06/19/2019

Amy Robinson JD ’02 has joined Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP in their Vancouver, Washington, office. Robinson is a seasoned employment attorney with over 15 years of experience advising her clients on their ever-evolving employment law needs. She represents public and private employers throughout Washington and Oregon in a broad range of workplace-related issues. Robinson is also adept at guiding employers through policy and handbook creation, as well as crafting and negotiating a host of employment-related contracts, such as noncompete agreements, nonsolicitation agreements, and nondisclosure agreements. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Washington State University and worked as a human resources professional for a variety of employers before she began her law career.