Quinnipiac University
Angela Robinson

Waring and Carmen Partridge Faculty Fellow

Judge Angela C. Robinson (Ret.) is a Visiting Professor and a Waring and Carmen Partridge Faculty Fellow. She teaches Evidence, and Critical Race Theory.

Prior to joining the Quinnipiac faculty, Judge Robinson was a Connecticut Superior Court Judge for twenty years, and before that a plaintiff’s trial lawyer with the nationally renowned law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff and Bieder in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Upon her retirement from the bench, she joined the Connecticut-based law firm of Wiggin and Dana as a Litigation partner with a civil defense practice and as the firm’s inaugural Chief Diversity Officer. She has also taught as an adjunct faculty member at Gateway Community College, the University of New Haven, Quinnipiac Law School and Yale Law School.

Robinson’s work focuses on civil litigation-related subjects, and social justice subjects implicated by racial equity issues, including critical race theory, race and the law and diversity, equity and inclusion within the legal profession.


  • BA, Rutgers University
  • JD, Yale Law School

Areas of Expertise

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Critical Race Theory
  • Evidence
  • Judicial Administration
  • Trial Advocacy


  • Partridge Faculty Fellows

Office Location

  • College of Arts & Sciences 1

Mail Drop

  • LW-DEN