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Robyn Bigelow Hargrove



Robyn joined Scott, Douglass & McConnico in 2001 and has represented individuals, business entities, professionals, and government entities in a wide variety of complex commercial litigation matters since that time. Robyn has successfully defended a number of professional malpractice and professional sanctions cases, both in Texas and out of state. She has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in fiduciary litigation, contract disputes, coverage litigation, business torts, and other complex commercial cases. She also defends products liability cases related to medical device and pharmaceutical products.

Robyn’s practice emphasizes legal ethics, appellate representation, and trial court litigation involving complicated legal issues.

  • Duke University, 1996, B.A., with honors in Public Policy Studies, minor in Spanish
  • University of Texas School of Law, 2001, J.D., with honors

  • State Bar of Texas
  • United States Supreme Court
  • U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Southern, and Western Districts of Texas
  • U.S. Court of Appeals
  • Fifth and Eleventh Circuits

  • Member, Texas Bar Foundation, Travis County Bar Foundation, Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association, Austin Bar Association, Austin Bar Association Civil Litigation Section, Austin Bar Association Civil Appellate Law Section
  • Barbara Jordan Chapter of American Inns of Court, 2016-present
  • Board, Austin Bar Association Civil Litigation Section, 2010-2013
  • Board, Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association, 2010-2011
  • Lloyd Lochridge Chapter of American Inns of Court, 2010-2012
  • Pro bono representation of clients through Volunteer Legal Services on an annual basis
  • Community and Charitable Organizations
    • Chancellor, Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Austin, Texas, 2011-present
    • Board Member, Louise H. Batz Patient Safety Foundation, from inception to present

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