Robyn Gigl recognized and honored in multiple venues

Published Thursday, January 28, 2016

It is with great pleasure that we share multiple recent accolades of our Partner, Robyn Gigl.

Late last year, Robyn joined a panel of legal scholars at the NJ Judicial College on “Bias Involving LGBT Litigants and Attorneys”, speaking before a group of Judges on this relevant and important issue in order to continue elevating and informing our state’s bench on legal matters of the day.

On January 21, Robyn was welcomed at jetBlue, where she conducted the company’s diversity training program for employees, an area of the law in which she specializes.

Perhaps most prestigiously, Robyn was recently appointed by the NJ Supreme Court to the Supreme Court Committee on Minority Concerns. This committee is tasked with overseeing the implementation of court-approved recommendations designed to “rid the court of all vestiges of bias and discrimination.” The committee publishes a biennial report on odd years. The committee membership reflects a broad cross-section of the bench, bar, and public and its members are appointed by the Chief Justice and serve two-year terms.

Our firm could not be prouder of our partner and believe Robyn’s accomplishments reflect our larger goal of providing premier legal services to members of our society and using the legal system to better our world.