Robyn Burrows concentrates her practice on all aspects of government contracts. Robyn is experienced in litigating complex government contracts claims and disputes, including preparing and negotiating requests for equitable adjustments and representing clients before the boards of contract appeals, state and federal courts, and various alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Robyn regularly provides counseling on matters relating to regulatory compliance, with a particular focus on emerging cybersecurity and supply chain issues, as well as domestic preferences and cost/pricing issues. Robyn has also assisted clients with numerous bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
During law school, Robyn was a research editor on the George Mason Law Review and interned with the Honorable R. Terrence Ney of the Fairfax County Circuit Court, as well as the administrative judges at the Office of Hearings and Appeals of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.