Rob Servilio is passionate about helping clients tell their stories of innovation and protect their intellectual property rights. Rob is an Associate in the Orange County office, working on litigation matters.
Rob graduated from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. Working several clinics and externships during law school, Rob cross-examined witnesses in court, took depositions, drafted and argued dispositive motions to judges, conducted investigative interviews, and worked closely with clients. He also had the opportunity to assist attorneys at trial from jury selection through closing arguments. Rob captained the law mock trial team, practiced writing appellate briefs and making arguments to the court through moot court competitions dealing with patent law, technology, and the First Amendment, and edited a law journal.
Prior to law school, Rob studied Mechanical Engineering and Math at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, focusing on Energy Systems. During school, he worked for defense contractors in areas including optics, plastics, and production software and led the mechanical design and fabrication of an award-winning spherical robot. He also competed on the school’s mock trial team.
Extern, U.S. Air Force; Extern, Missouri State Public Defender; Student Attorney, Washington University Wrongful Conviction and Post-Conviction Relief Clinics
Milton F. Napier Trial Advocacy Award (The Lawyers Association of St. Louis, Missouri)
Dean’s Service Award (Washington University School of Law)