Robin M. Hauth, Esquire
Haddonfield, New Jersey
Robin M. Hauth, Esq. attended the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for her undergraduate studies, majoring in film and photography. While there, she received the Promising Artist Scholarship.
She earned her Juris Doctorate at Temple University. While studying at Temple, Robin was honored with the Julian Eule Scholarship for Best Paper in the area of Federal Constitutional Law, Outstanding Oral Argument for Federal Defenders Clinical, Distinguished Class Performance in Tax Policy, Anatomy for Litigators and Trial Advocacy, and best paper in Tax Policy. In addition to participating in the Federal Defenders Clinical, Robin also participated in the Student Public Interest Network, where she helped raise scholarship funds for law students wishing to volunteer in public interest legal work during their law school careers. As a third-year law student, Robin also externed at the Camden County Public Defender’s Office.
Robin clerked for the Honorable William J. Cook, J.S.C. with the Superior Court of New Jersey immediately after graduating with her law degree. During her clerkship, she also conducted weekly mediation sessions between landlords and tenants and parties involved in small claims disputes and became certified in Mediation and Conciliation Skills. She will be focusing her practice on all aspects of divorce and family law.
Robin is a long-time resident of South Jersey. When not at work, she enjoys taking dance classes and surfing at the Jersey Shore.
- New Jersey, 2009
- Pennsylvania, 2009
- Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Juris Doctorate, 2008
- University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Fine Arts, 2001, Major: Film & Photography