Monte J. Robbins received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Chadron State College in Chadron, Nebraska, in December of 1994. He received his law degree from the University of Wyoming College of Law in Laramie, Wyoming, in May of 1998.
While at U.W. Law, Mr. Robbins completed extensive studies in the areas of criminal, constitutional, and consumer protection law. These studies included a constitutional analysis of Wyoming's Fourth Amendment search and seizure "automatic companion" rule, as exemplified in the Wyoming Supreme Court case of Perry v. State, 927 P.2d 1158 (1996), and also a consumer-focused analysis of Wyoming's Lemon Law, Wyo. Stat. S 40-17-101, as exemplified in the landmark case of Britton v. Bill Anselmi Pontiac-Buick-GMC, Inc., 786 P.2d 855 (1990).
In addition to these focused studies, Mr. Robbins was granted an opportunity to work as an extern with the Federal Public Defender's Office in Cheyenne, Wyoming. This opportunity enabled Mr. Robbins to gain hands-on experience and insight regarding the intricacies of the criminal justice system at the federal level.
Mr. Robbins is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, Denver Bar Association, Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, American Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, and the Faculty of Federal Advocates. He is licensed at the state level, by the Supreme Court of Colorado, and at the federal level, by the United States District Court for the District of Colorado.