Education & Bar Admissions
- Bachelor of Arts (Phi Beta Kappa) – Wesleyan University, 1994
- Juris Doctor, Law (top 10 percent of class) – University of Oregon School of Law, 2003
- Bar Admissions: Colorado Bar, 2010; Pennsylvania Supreme Court, 2007 (inactive); Oregon Supreme Court, 2003 (inactive)
Publications & Speaking Events
- 39th Annual Real Estate Symposium presenter, “The World of Evictions: A Perspective from Landlord & Tenant Practitioners,” 2021
- “Taking Shape: Temporary Takings and the Lucas Per Se Rule in Tahoe- Sierra Preservation Council, Inc. v. Tahoe Regional Planning Authority,” 82 Or. L. Rev. 189 (2003)
- Colorado Bar Association
- Arapahoe County Bar Association
- Douglas-Elbert County Bar Association
- Colorado Women’s Bar Association
- Board Member, City of Englewood Board of Adjustment and Appeals
- Board Member, Denver Mother Attorney Mentoring Association
- Board Member, Colorado Women’s Bar Association, 2014-2016
Communication is really the key to my practice. Helping clients understand the legal landscape and likely outcomes is the best way to ensure we are moving together toward the client’s goal.
Robinson & Henry Senior Associate Angie Schmitz began her legal career clerking for an Oregon Court of Appeals judge. There, Angie learned how the decision-makers rule on cases. She brings this valuable knowledge to her practice. A strategic litigator, Angie bases every decision on how a judge will consider the case. Her goal is to ensure the judge sees the merits of her client’s legal position.
Angie helps clients navigate probate, real estate and business matters. Her cases range from landlord-tenant matters to seven-figure property damage cases. She also helps families resolve sensitive estate disputes. Angie has a passion for solving difficult legal puzzles. Her ingenuity generates successful outcomes for clients through favorable settlements and at trial.
When Angie is away from the office, she relishes the opportunity to watch her children perform in drama productions. She also enjoys learning new tunes on the fiddle and a jog around her neighborhood.