Michael Robertson is an associate at Rhodes Hieronymus whose practice focuses on employment litigation, insurance defense and appellate law.
Mr. Robertson earned a law degree from the University of Texas at Austin, a master’s degree from the University of Chicago (English Literature), and an undergraduate degree from Oberlin College (English, magna cum laude). Prior to joining the firm, he served as judicial law clerk for Chief Justice William Ray Price, Jr. of the Supreme Court of Missouri. During law school, Mr. Robertson was an editor for the TEXAS JOURNAL ON CIVIL LIBERTIES & CIVIL RIGHTS and a member of the TEXAS INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL. He previously worked in the appellate division of the Travis County District Attorney’s office in Austin, Texas and for an insurance defense firm in Columbia, Missouri, where he specialized in complex commercial litigation and employment law.
Mr. Robertson is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, the Missouri Bar, the Oklahoma Association of Defense Counsel, and the Tulsa County Bar Association. He is a former member of the Elwood L. Thomas Inn of Court in central Missouri.
- Undergraduate School: Oberlin College
Graduated: 1992 Degree: B.A. with High Honors in English
- Graduate School: University of Chicago
Graduated: 1994 Degree: M.A. in English Literature
- Law School: The University of Texas at Austin
Graduated: 2009 Degree: J.D.
Admitted to Practice
- United States District Courts for the Western, Northern and Eastern Districts of Oklahoma
- Oklahoma Bar Association
- The Missouri Bar
- Oklahoma Association of Defense Counsel
- Tulsa County Bar Association
- Former member of the Elwood L. Thomas Inn of Court in central Missouri