Regina Robson, J.D.
Office: Mandeville 307
Phone: (610) 660-1633
Fax: (610) 660-1229
Dr. Robson, a tenured professor at St. Joseph’s, also remains active in private practice. She is a founding member in Robson & Robson LLC, a law practice which focuses on the needs of small to medium-size businesses. In that capacity, she continues to counsel start-ups and established businesses on mergers and acquisitions, contracts and employment issues. In addition, Dr. Robson is Vice President and General Counsel for an engineering and robotics company, a venture that she started with her husband in 1986.
Villanova University School of Law
J. D., Magna Cum Laude
Rank 1/203; Order of the Coif
Case and Comment Editor: Villanova Law Review
B.A., Honors Program, Summa Cum Laude
Robson & Robson, LLC
Production Systems Automation, Inc.
Vice President and General Counsel
Aqua America, Inc.
Assistant General Counsel
Scott Paper Company
Legal Environment of Business
Law for Managers (Graduate)
Stakeholder Ethics (Graduate)
Honors Introduction to Law
Law for Entrepreneurial Ventures
Crime and Punishment: Rehabilitating Retributions a Justification for Organizational Criminal Liability, Vol. 47 American Business Law Journal 109 (Spring 2010).
Paying for Daniel Webster: Critiquing the Contract Model of Advancement of Legal Fees in Criminal Proceedings, Vol. 7 Hastings Business Law Journal 275 (Summer, 2011).
The Impact of the Stein Cases on the Practice of Deputizing the Corporation, Vol. 19 Northeast Journal of Legal Studies 1 (Spring, 2008).
An Entrepreneurial Strand in the Business Law Course: The Ice Cream Project Vol. 26 Journal of Legal Studies Education 433 (Summer/Fall 2009).
Breaking Out of the Box: An Exercise in Extra Cubical Thinking, Vol. 11 Journal of the Academy of Business Education 54 (Fall, 2010).
Robson, R. (2010). Paying for Daniel Webster: Advancement of Legal Fees in Criminal Proceedings. 2010 Academy of Legal Studies in Business.
Robson, R. (2009). Breaking Out of the Box: An Exercise in 'Extra-Cubicle' Thinking. Academy of Business Education.
Robson, R. (2009). Crime and Punishment: Rehabilitating Retribution as a Justification for Organizational Criminal Liability. 2009 Southern Academy of Legal Studies in Business. (Abstract only).
Robson, R. (2008). An Entrepreneurial Strand in the Business Law Course: Making It Relevant by Making It Real. 2008 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business.
Presentation of Refereed Papers
Robson, R. (2012). Friending the NLRB: The Connection Between Social Media, "Concerted Activities" and Employer Interests, 2012 North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Saratoga Springs, New York.
Robson, R. (2011). The Picasso Problem: An Integrative Exercise in Moral Rights, Law, Ethical Considerations and the Nature of Property. 2011 Academy of Business Education, Orlando, Florida.
Robson, R. (2010). Paying for Daniel Webster: Legal and Ethical Implications of Advancement of Legal Fees in Criminal Proceedings. 2010 Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Richmond, Virginia.
Robson, E.S. & Robson, R. (2010). Internet Ticket Exchanges: The Last Great Unregulated Securities Market...Maybe. 2010 Annual Meeting Academy of Northeast Legal Studies in Business, Ithaca, New York.
Robson, R. (2009). Breaking Out of the Box: An Exercise in Extra Cubicle Thinking. 2009 Academy of Business Education, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Robson, R. (2009). Rehabilitating Retribution as a Justification for Organizational Criminal Liability. 2009 Southern Academy of Legal Studies in Business, San Antonio, Texas.
Robson, R. (2008). An Entrepreneurial Strand in the Business Law Course: Making It Relevant by Making It Real. 2008 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Long Beach, California.
Robson, R. (2007). Constitutional Limits on the Prosecution of White Collar Crime. 2007 Northeast Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Meeting, Galloway, New Jersey.
Robson, R. & Robson, E. S., Event Tickets, Internet Tickets and Scalping: The Last, Great, “Non-Regulated” Securities Market.
Robson, R., The Picasso Problem: An Integrative Exercise in Moral Rights, Law, Ethical Considerations and the Nature of Property.
Robson, R., "Friending" the NLRB: Social Media, Concerted Activities and Wrongful Termination.
Grants and Awards
2007: Award for Innovation in Teaching presented by the Middle Atlantic Association of Colleges of Business Administration
2008: Selection as finalist in 2008 Charles M. Hewitt Master Teaching Competition of Academy of Legal Studies in Business
Corporations and Business Organizations
Contracts and Transactional Law
Research in Progress
Robson, R., Story Telling and Legal Pedagogy
Robson, R., Contingent Corporations: Evaluating the Legislation on “B” Corporationsand Ethics
Mentioned in SJU News
Faculty Expert Profile
Expertise: Educational Leadership
Expertise: Executive Education, Business Strategy, Organization Development, Port Authority Issues, Ireland and Chile, Photography, Landscape and Travel
Expertise: Leadership, Strategic Planning, Collegiate Athletic Management
Expertise: Religion in Pop Culture, Religion in Television/Feature Film/Literature, Social Justice
Expertise: Fire Management and Prevention, Emergency and Disaster Management, Public Administration Policy, Local Government
Expertise: Service Quality, Organizational Development and Effectiveness, Quality Improvement, Team Building, Local Health Care, Customer Service
Expertise: France, French Culture, Contemporary French-Speaking World, Literature in French, 19th-Century French History
Expertise: Psychology of Religion, Prosocial Behavior, Ethical Behavior, Altruism, Moral Development
Expertise: Food Marketing, Consumer food shopping trends, Food company strategy, Supermarket practices
Expertise: Mexican History and Politics, Latin American History, U.S. Policy toward Latin America
Expertise: American Zoos, American Pop Culture, Environmental History, Animal Studies
Expertise: Food Retailing, Hunger and Hunger Relief