- J.D., St. Mary’s University School of Law, 1997
- B.A., University of Texas at San Antonio, 1994
License to Practice
Specialties and Courses
- Family Law Mediation
- Family Law
- Creditors Rights and Bankruptcy
Rob Eichelbaum (J.D. ’97) is a native to San Antonio. He attended John Marshall High School, University of Texas at San Antonio, and then St. Mary’s University School of Law. He is currently employed by the Texas Department of Insurance/Division of Workers’ Compensation as a benefit review officer.
He is also the president of San Antonio Mediation, a company offering both mediation services and education/training in the areas of alternative dispute resolution. Eichelbaum also maintains a solo practice, the Law Office of Rob Eichelbaum.
Eichelbaum was previously employed with Eichelbaum Law Office, the Law Office of Davidson & Troilo and Davis Law Firm.
His practice is comprised of numerous areas, including bankruptcy, consumer law, collections, creditors rights, criminal, family law, guardianship, juvenile, personal injury, probate, real estate, trusts, wills and estate planning.
Eichelbaum has been active in local bar organizations and has served as an officer for the San Antonio Bar Association/ADR Section and San Antonio Bankruptcy Bar Association.
He is a frequent lecturer and presenter. Eichelbaum has taught as an adjunct professor at St. Mary’s Law for more than 20 years.
He has been married to his wife, Jennifer, for 25 years, and they have 2 children.
Honors and Awards
- Scene in San Antonio – Best Lawyer’s Survey 2007-2013
- Texas Super Lawyer 2012
- College of the State Bar of Texas 1998- 2013
- Building Blocks of Mediation – A 40 Hour Mediation Training Course
- Advanced Building Blocks of Mediation – A 24 Hour Mediation Training concentrating on areas of Family Law Disputes
- Selecting a Mediator in a Guardianship Matter – National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys 2009 Annual Conference
- Mediation and Bankruptcy – State Bar of Texas Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Conference
- Not Just Tilting at Windmills – Consumer Litigation on Behalf of the Bankruptcy Debtor.