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Robert is a Buffalo native and proud alumnus of Canisius High School (Class of 2013). His academic journey led him to the University at Buffalo, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. It was here that Robert’s fascination with the law began to flourish, nurtured by courses in the American Legal System and valuable internships at prominent law firms. 


In 2022, Robert’s legal aspirations culminated in earning his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law in Coral Gables, Florida. His time in Miami offered him the unique opportunity to clerk at a leading law firm specializing in personal injury cases related to cruise ships and water sports activities, such as parasailing and jet skiing. He further honed his legal skills at a firm renowned for their expertise in negligent security. 


Returning to Buffalo post-graduation, Robert gained significant experience on the defense side of personal injury matters, specifically in trucking injury litigation and premises liability matters, before joining KSLN in 2023. An associate at KSLN, Robert plays a vital role across various practice areas. He is particularly active in complex commercial litigation, insurance and self-insured defense, and landlord-tenant disputes. With extensive experience in both state and federal court matters, Robert is a dynamic and versatile legal professional dedicated to achieving excellence in every case. 


  • J.D., University of Miami School of Law 

  • B.A., University at Buffalo 

  • Canisius High School 


  • Full Dean’s Merit Scholarship Award, University of Miami 

  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award, 2019 

  • Dean’s Certificate of Achievement Award in Property Law, University of Miami 


  • Erie County Bar Association 

  • New York State Bar Association 

  • New York Academy of Trial Lawyers 

  • Buffalo Claims Association 


  • New York State

  • United States District Court, Western District of New York

  • United States District Court, Northern District of New York

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