Robin Cooley joined Earthjustice's Rocky Mountain office as an associate attorney in 2002. She returned as a senior attorney in 2007 and became the deputy managing attorney in 2022.
Robin graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in environmental systems technology and attended University of Colorado Law School. After graduating law school in 1999, Robin spent a year in the Honor's Program at the U.S. Department of the Interior. She then worked for the Western Environmental Law Center in Taos, NM.
Returning to Colorado, Robin taught in the Environmental Law Clinic at the University of Denver School of Law.
At Earthjustice, Robin is working to protect the wild places and species of the Rocky Mountain region from the harmful impacts of energy development and off-road vehicle use and to promote a clean energy future.
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