- November 30, 2016
Robert P. Henley III
a Professional Corporation
Other legal specialties: Franchising, licensing
Birthplace: Charleston, W.Va.
Education: Bachelor’s degree, University of Virginia; law degree, University of Denver College of Law
Children: Three girls (ages 7, 9 and 12)
Hobbies or pastimes: Soccer, hiking, guitar.
First job as a lawyer: After clerkships with U.S. Magistrate Judge Patricia A. Coan and the Hon. Wiley Y. Daniel of the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, I began private practice as an associate in the Trademark and Copyright Group of Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP.
Fan of: Pro football (Broncos, Redskins); University of Virginia sports, particularly basketball and football.
Favorite vacation spot: Chamonix-Mont Blanc, France
Recently read book: “Undaunted Courage” by Stephen E. Ambrose
Career mentors: The Hon. Wiley Y. Daniel of the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado; Michael F. Clayton and James R. Sims of Morgan Lewis; and my father, R. Page Henley Jr.
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