Christian “C.J.” Robison currently serves as an Attorney-Advisor for several organizations within Air Force Materiel Command. In this position, Mr. Robison provides legal support primarily to the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Space Vehicle and Directed Energy Directorates in the areas of acquisitions, fiscal law, procurement fraud, Government ethics, intellectual property, and administrative law. Mr. Robison is considered a subject matter expert on Federal procurement and directly advises Air Force and Space Force military commanders and Federal executives in charge of executing high-value research and development programs.
Mr. Robison is admitted to practice in the States of Texas and New Mexico. Prior to joining the Air Force as a Federal civil servant, Mr. Robison served as an Assistant Chief Counsel for the NASA Launch Services Program at Kennedy Space Center, using his legal abilities to procure launch vehicles for NASA and NOAA unmanned science missions. Mr. Robison also currently serves as a Judge Advocate in the United States Army Reserve, assisting Soldiers and their families with numerous legal issues in areas such as wills and estates, consumer protection, and employment discrimination.
2013 B.A., International Affairs and Russian Language, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX
2016 J.D., University of Mississippi School of Law, Oxford, MS
2018, LL.M., Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law, University of Mississippi School of Law, Oxford, MS