Samantha Robb believes a country and its citizens, especially its military personnel, to be its most valuable resource. Samantha joined the Berry Law team as a Veteran’s Disability Rights Attorney because she was confident she could make a significant difference in the lives of her clients.
Samantha received a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with honors from the University of Nebraska, and she later went on to complete her legal education at Creighton University School of Law. Samantha participated in the Abrahams Legal Clinic, the Women’s Law Student Association, and the Moot Court Board while she was a student at Creighton. As a respected member of the neighborhood, Samantha aided underprivileged kids in the Goodrich Scholarship Program by mentoring them to pursue higher education. She also participated in promoting gender equality and overall wellbeing by serving on the board of the Women’s Resource Center.
She has prior expertise in all stages of litigation, including the preparation of intricate pleadings, trial, and appeals. Samantha’s customers are aware that she approaches every case with integrity, professionalism, and the highest ethical standards, just as she does her personal life. She is therefore an obvious choice to manage their most crucial legal matters.
“My clients are the reason I work for myself. I believe it’s crucial to get to know each of my clients personally because doing so allows me to keep up my tenacious defense of them.
Samantha enjoys spending time with her friends and family when she is not working as a lawyer. She also reads voraciously and likes working on difficult assignments and exploring the outdoors.
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