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Robbie G. Munoz
Robbie G. Munoz was born and raised in Orange County, where his family has resided since as early as the 1800s. His introduction to law came from his grandfather’s stories of his work in the civil rights movement and learning about his involvement in Mendez v. Westminster and Brown v. Board of Education – two landmark civil rights cases that were responsible for ending school segregation throughout the country.
From there, Robbie’s path to law progressed in a very unconventional way. While preparing for the Olympic Trials as a USA amateur boxer in 2008, he suffered a severe knee injury and underwent surgery to repair the damage. He learned about medical malpractice firsthand when the surgeon operated on the wrong knee. That negligence ended his dreams in the sport of boxing, but opened a brand new door.
Robbie committed to learning more about the law and how it can help people overcome physical and emotional harm caused by others. Being a victim himself gave him a better understanding of the experiences the clients at Simon Law Group have faced. Growing up, there was one lesson his parents reminded him of regularly: it was his responsibility to find a way to leave the world a better place than he found it. The law and his work at Simon Law Group give him the chance to achieve that every day.
Outside of work, Robbie loves volunteering at his old youth boxing club (pre COVID-19) by teaching young boxers the most important punch in boxing – the jab. He also spends time with the young athletes in the club by supporting them in pursuing college education. In his free time, he can usually be found attempting to master family recipes in the kitchen, restoring classic cars, pretending like he’s good at golf, enjoying the beach during the summer and fishing year-round off the coast.