Robert is an associate attorney at Cowen Rodriguez Peacock. Since joining the firm in early 2018, Robert has had the honor of litigating cases throughout Texas and the United States.
Robert graduated from Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas in 2006. At Jesuit, Robert learned the importance of being a “Man for Others,” a philosophical approach that emphasizes the focus on others, rather than self, the promotion of social justice, and the liberation of the oppressed. Following his time at Jesuit Dallas, Robert continued his Jesuit education at Creighton University.
Immediately after college, Robert attended Baylor Law School on a three-year, full-tuition academic scholarship. While at Baylor, Robert had the honor of serving as an Associate Editor on Baylor Law Review. Robert also competed on several moot court teams, earning the title of “Barrister” by placing third in the Strasburger and Price moot court competition, and earning the distinction of “Top Ten Speaker” at the National Adoption Law moot court competition in Columbus, Ohio.
Since becoming one of The Trucking Trial Lawyers, Robert has assisted with litigating cases in California, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Texas. Robert has served as lead trial counsel in Texas and North Carolina, where he recently won a substantial Trucking verdict in the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina.
The National Trial Lawyers named Robert a “Top 40 under 40” Civil Plaintiff’s trial lawyer in 2018 and 2019. Robert is a member of the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys, the American Association for Justice Trucking Litigation Group, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, and the San Antonio Young Lawyers Association.
When he is not in the office, Robert spends time with his beautiful wife Liz and their pets. Robert enjoys gardening, hiking at Guadalupe State Park, and trying new restaurants throughout the Texas hill country.