Robyn Sonis was born in New Orleans, LA and raised in Sherborn, MA. She graduated in 2004 from the University of Maryland with a B.A. in Psychology and Criminology/Criminal Justice, and in 2008 she was awarded her J.D. with honors from the Emory University School of Law.
Prior to joining Campbell & Brannon, Robyn spent time in New York City and Boston representing clients in all forms of family law matters, from domestic violence advocacy to high net worth divorce. She also worked in Atlanta in the equestrian world, splitting her time between riding horses professionally and providing legal counsel to her equestrian clients and professional counterparts.
Robyn’s practice focuses on residential real estate transactions, representing purchasers, sellers, lenders, businesses and developers. She is a member of both the Real Property Law Section and the Young Lawyers Division of the Georgia Bar Association.
In her spare time, Robyn strives to play an active role in supporting youth activities. She is the head coach for The Lovett School’s equestrian team and is the sitting President of the Board of Directors of The Brown Ledge Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting independence and achievement in young women. In past years, Robyn has served as coach and advisor to Emory University’s equestrian team and in 2014 she was named Emory’s Club Sports Coach of the Year. On weekends you can find Robyn hiking, sailing, running with her dog, or planning her next big travel adventure.
Admitted to bar 2009, Massachusetts and New York; 2013, Georgia.
University of Maryland (B.A. 2004)
Emory University School of Law (J.D. 2008) with Honors
American Bar Association
State Bar of Georgia (Real Property Law Section and Young Lawyers Division)
State Bar of Massachusetts
State Bar of New York