Rohn K. Robbins


Rohn K. Robbins is an attorney licensed to practice before the Bars of Colorado and California.  His practice is based in Vail, Colorado and his emphasis is in the areas of civil litigation, family and domestic law, real estate and development, business, and in representing homeowners associations.  He has been recognized as a Fellow of the Colorado Bar Foundation.

Mr. Robbins earned separate Bachelor of Arts degrees in biology (emphasis in genetics), psychology, and sociology from San Diego State University.  All degrees were earned magna cum laude and he was awarded membership in Phi Kappa Phi (Interdisciplinary Honor Society), Psi Chi (Psychology Honor Society) and Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honor Society).  He spent 5 years in graduate research and study in the areas of genetics, human physiology, and marine biology before entering law school at the University of San Diego School of Law.  Mr. Robbins earned his law degree cum laude, graduated in the top 6% of his class, and was a member of the San Diego Law Review.

Rohn was a 14-year member of the Colorado State Bar Ethics Committee, and is a former board member of the Mountain Region of the Anti Defamation League.  He is the founder and Chair of the Vail Valley Charitable Fund which has been recognized on multiple occasions as the outstanding non-profit organization in Eagle County.  He is a founding member and Secretary of the Freedom Park Memorial Committee.  In 1998, he was named as one of the “Plum 98”, recognizing the 98 most influential persons in Eagle County.

Mr. Robbins has authored a weekly legal column, Vail Law, since 1996 and has hosted a weekly radio/television talk show, Community Focus with Rohn Robbins, since 2004.  He has appeared as legal commentator on several national broadcasts, including FOX, CNN, ESPN, CBS and MSNBC.  He has been quoted widely on legal matters in varying national periodicals.

Rohn has lectured extensively for continuing legal education for lawyers in the areas of real estate, development, and legal ethics.  He has also moderated numerous political debates and forums and was a guest narrator with the United States Air Force Band.  He has served as a delegate to state-wide political conventions and has served as an advisor to various governmental organizations.  He has been the stadium announcer for Battle Mountain High School football since 2008.

Mr. Robbins is married and has two college-age sons.  His recreational passions include skiing, biking, weight training, travel, and reading.