Meet the Faculty

Full-Time Faculty, Study Abroad Faculty

Robert M. C. Webster

Director, International Development

  • B.A., University of Sussex
  • J.D., Inns of Court School of Law

Contact Information

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Tel. 714.444.4141 ext. 237
Fax. 714.444.1854
Building Two, Room 237

Areas of Expertise

Criminal Law, Entertainment Law

Following his education in England and France, Robert Webster was called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple and was awarded a Silver Jubilee Scholarship and a Duke of Edinburgh Award by his Inn. He began his career at the English Bar by serving as Marshal (Law Clerk) to Mr. Justice Cantley, O.B.E., one of England’s highest-ranking High Court Judges, and his early practice embraced civil, criminal and commercial work. He also represented parties before sports bodies and other professional disciplinary tribunals and his clientele included government agencies. He ultimately developed a more internationally oriented practice that covered European Union Law, Human Rights and Media Law, specializing in Competition Law, international litigation, free speech and privacy issues. He has represented corporate and private clients in the United States, Europe and South-East Asia.

A former Senior Lecturer at London’s Inns of Court School of Law, where he pioneered special practical training programs for students and co-authored the School’s Civil Procedure textbook, he has taught Law School courses and Continuing Legal Education programs in the United States, Europe and South-East Asia. He has also developed and directed European programs, including LL.M studies, for American law students and facilitated their placement in internships throughout the world.

He is the School’s Director of International Development and the Director of the Barcelona Program devoted to Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Law.

He has also served as the Director of Whittier Law School’s Center for International and Comparative Law bringing scholars, international practitioners and diplomats to the School to debate the day’s central issues in the international arena in the course of colloquia and annual symposia which he organized.

He has been a regular contributor to television and radio on international affairs and the law and has addressed numerous corporations, law firms and Bar Associations on a variety of international subjects with an emphasis on doing business in Europe. He maintains an active relationship with his chambers in London.