Robert Adler is a sole practitioner who has spent over three decades protecting the rights of construction, real estate, business litigation, and personal injury clients throughout Woodland Hills, California—and beyond.
Robert’s strength lies in his grasp of the law, his negotiating power, and his ability to bring cases to maximum benefit. Robert is results-driven and flexes his legal muscle for all clients, big or small, in settings ranging from real estate negotiations and closings, to construction and business litigation. He practices mainly in Los Angeles and Ventura counties in California.
Robert started his legal career as a personal injury attorney and soon expanded his client support scope to construction, real estate, and business law. In 2001, he graduated from the prestigious Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution, enabling him to offer clients strategic and effective mediation services.
A former teacher at the American College of Law, Robert has appeared multiple times as a guest speaker for KPSI radio in Palm Springs, and served as a guest lecturer for KFI radio collegiate Law Days. In his daily practice, he favors a client-centric proactive approach that resolves existing disputes while preventing future ones.
- Westmont College, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (1981)
- Pepperdine University School of Law, J.D. (1984)
- Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution (2001)
- California State Bar
- Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA)