Robyn Burrows concentrates her practice on government contracts and other complex commercial litigation matters.
She is experienced in litigating complex construction and government contracts disputes, including claim prosecution and defense, drafting and negotiating claims and requests for equitable adjustment, and advising clients on matters relating to the Contract Disputes Act, the False Claims Act, and contract termination procedures. Robyn also has extensive litigation experience in federal and state courts and in various alternative dispute resolution proceedings.
Prior to entering private practice, Robyn practiced administrative law at a nonprofit government accountability organization in Washington, D.C., representing clients before agencies and federal courts in matters involving statutory and constitutional challenges to federal regulations and agency decisions.
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.