Law School/Year: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law, 2001 College/Year: Wake Forest University, B.A., 1998
California; All U.S. District Courts in California; U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Appellate; Civil Litigation
Roebuck is a Deputy Attorney General with the California Department of Justice. She represents the Governor’s Office and several state agencies before state and federal trial, as well as appellate courts, regarding issues of constitutional, statutory and regulatory compliance. Before joining the Attorney General’s Office in 2009, she worked in the private sector focusing primarily on securities and complex business litigation, as well as trade secret and labor and employment matters.
Roebuck’s published works include: * Co-author, "You (Might Not) Have The Right To Remain Silent," Sec. Litig., Enforcement, And White-Collar Crim. Def. Newsletter (Morrison & Foerster LLP Newsletter, San Francisco, CA), July 11, 2008. * Co-author, "Recent Second Circuit Decision Re-Ignites Debate Regarding Shareholder Proxy Access," The Corp. Compliance & Reg. Newsletter, Nov. 2006. * Co-author, "Pens in the Boardroom: Practical Suggestions Regarding Director Note-Taking," Corp. Couns., Feb. 2004.