Tom Robbins founded Robbins Law Firm in 2009 to provide clients with a complete public policy practice solution. Tom has spent most of his professional career working as a criminal defense attorney, government affairs consultant and lobbyist. Tom represents clients in highly regulated industries, particularly cannabis law, gaming and utilities. Tom also represents clients accused of misdemeanors and felonies, including but not limited to DWI/DUI, drug possession, narcotics distribution, conspiracy, driving while revoked/suspended, traffic violations and rehabilitated clients seeking expungement. After graduating law school, Tom moved to New York City where he worked in public relations for an international law firm. In 2007, he moved back to Jefferson City and started practicing law full-time before becoming general counsel to the Missouri State Treasurer. Tom received a Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri School of Law in 2005 and a Bachelor of Science in personal finance in 2002. He lives in St. Louis with his daughter, wife and dog.
Robbins Law Firm has offices in St. Louis, Jackson, and Cole County and represents clients across the state of Missouri, and the United States.
Cassandra Grewing is chief operating officer for Robbins Law Firm (RLF). She manages business development, case management, daily operations, government affairs consulting and legal services. Cassandra has almost two decades of experience working in the legal and legislative fields. Prior to joining Robbins Law Firm, Cassie was a self-employed lobbyist. Before that, she worked for a lobbying and consulting services firm, and served as legal secretary and paralegal for the Missouri Attorney General’s office. She is an active volunteer with Lutheran Family Services, St. Raymond’s House and Capital City Court Appointed Special Advocates. She lives in Jefferson City, Missouri with her daughter, two dogs and fiancé.
Chris White is a a partner at Robbins Law Firm (RLF) and his areas of focus include cannabis law and compliance, initiative petition reform, business-to-business transactions, local governments and public policy and campaign finance law. Chris also assists with handling traffic violations, DWIs, drug possessions and miscellaneous felony charges. Prior to joining RLF, Chris spent nearly eight years as a criminal defense and contract attorney. Chris also served as law clerk for Hon. William “Ray” Price, then-Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court and Honorable John Torrence in Jackson County, Missouri. Chris lives in Kansas City with his son, wife and two dogs. He received a Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri School of Law in 2008.