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Christian Robertson is an associate in Ice Miller’s Litigation Group. He concentrates his practice on representing both individuals and businesses in commercial and contract disputes in state and federal courts around the country. 

Christian received his juris doctor from the University of Michigan Law School where he served as the managing articles editor for the Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law and competed in two national mock trial competitions as part of the Trial Advocacy Society. While in law school, Christian focused on researching and answering complex legal issues in areas such as insurance and construction law. He published a note on commercial general liability insurance coverage, presented Autonomous Vehicles and Aircraft: The Impact on Insurance at the 2017 American College of Coverage Counsel symposium, and worked as an America Law Institute research assistant for the Restatement of Law of Liability Insurance. Additionally, Christian created his own construction law blog, analyzing cases and identifying implications for contractors.

During his summers in law school, Christian gained experience working with clients as a summer associate at Ice Miller. Christian gained additional legal experience working as a summer clerk at a highly rated firm in Ohio where he worked on legal disputes regarding real property and state legislation.

Prior to law school, Christian served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force for four years. He provided operations security analysis and risk assessments at bases in Texas, South Korea, and Germany. Since separating from the military, Christian has continued to serve military veterans in legal matters as a volunteer at the Legal Aid Society.

 
Speaking Engagements
  • Autonomous Vehicles and Aircraft: The Impact on Insurance, 2017 American College of Coverage Counsel Symposium
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