Mr. Anderson is a member of the Jackson & Campbell, P.C.’s Health Law practice group, concentrating primarily in medical malpractice litigation, defending health care systems, hospitals, and healthcare providers in the state and federal Courts of the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Robert is a tenacious litigator who provides effective insight and attention to details that matter.

Prior to joining Jackson & Campbell, Robert worked for one of the premier medical malpractice litigation defense firms in the Washington Metropolitan Area. He also obtained significant litigation experience at a well-established insurance defense firm in Washington, D.C., defending clients in personal injury, toxic tort, workers’ compensation, and general liability matters.

Before starting his legal practice, Robert served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Ronald D. Schiff in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Maryland, where he obtained first hand experience in civil litigation matters.

Prior to law school Robert spent several years at the University of California, Los Angeles as a Unit Service and Staffing Coordinator where he interacted directly and in concert with physicians, nurses, patients, and other healthcare providers and hospital departments.

Robert graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from California State University, Northridge. He earned his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he was twice selected to serve as a Litigation Fellow with The Stephen L. Snyder Center for Litigation Skills. He was also a teaching assistant for the legal analysis, research and writing course and captain of the National Telecommunications Moot Court Team.

When not taking care of client needs, Robert enjoys spending time with his family. In his spare time he plays golf and is working to achieve his goal of playing each of the 52 courses that have hosted the U.S. Open championship.

  • January 2018
    Health Care Providers' Altered Medical Records Results in Attorney's Disbarment

    Delaware Supreme Court Rules on Malpractice Case Concerning Altered Medical Records The Supreme Court of Delaware disbarred a lawyer who had been practicing for more than three decades, with no prior disciplinary record, after he failed to produce the original version of altered medical records and then failed to correct the sworn testimony of the physician and physician’s assistant who altered... Read More >