Robby Sisco is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area where he completed his education. While in law school, Robby joined multiple organizations committed to serving his community by improving access to justice, including the school’s ACLU and American Constitution Society organizations. Robby has given presentations at shelter homes to educate residents about local tenants’ rights and landlord duties. He also participated in the Entrepreneur’s Law Advising Clinic where he provided free guidance to aspiring entrepreneurs as they navigated the intricacies of opening their own business.
Robby was selected to compete in his law school’s Honors Moot Court Internal competition where he made it to the quarterfinals. The following year, he served on the Advocacy Committee of the Board to mentor competitors through their oral argument structure and content.
He interned for Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren where he engaged in the legislative process by attending and summarizing briefings for the Congresswoman. He also drafted various talking points for her to use in speeches and prepared responses to constituent letters. He was also a Law Clerk for the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area to represent those injured by the many acts of police brutality that occurred during the Black Lives Matter protests.
Robby previously worked as a law clerk for The Cochran Firm in DC where he now serves as an associate attorney responsible for mass torts. Currently, he is helping those affected by toxic chemicals in hair relaxers and those affected by the contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune.
He currently lives in Washington, D.C. with his fiancée and their pets, Jack and Luna.