Angela C. Robinson is passionate about helping people resolve conflict and solve problems. Life is too short to live in pain, or with discord! Embracing diversity, equity and inclusion helps us all.

Judge Angela C. Robinson (Ret.) considers herself an Equity Advocate and Teacher. She was a Connecticut Superior Court Judge for twenty years. Robinson currently serves as the Waring and Carmen Partridge Faculty Fellow and Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at Quinnipiac University School of Law where she teaches Critical Race Theory, Evidence and Alternative Dispute Resolution. In the wake of the recent controversies surrounding Critical Race Theory, she has expanded her curriculum to introduce undergraduate students and laypeople to this subject area. Robinson utilizes her understanding of and experiences with the legal system and the principles of Critical Race Theory to promote and facilitate fair and equitable, accord and peaceful resolutions. Robinson is an honors graduate of Cheshire Academy. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University- Douglass College (Phi Beta Kappa) in three and one-half years and her law degree from Yale University School of Law. Robinson is a James W. Cooper Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation and serves on several boards. Robinson is also counsel with Halloran and Sage, LLP, where she has a mediation practice. Through her private business, Robinson Diversity Consulting, LLC, Robinson provides diversity-related coaching and consulting to law firms, legal organizations and associations and small non-profits.