Robert B. Anson was an artist when he became a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America when the school was located at Yale University, now relocated to Hyde Park, New York where he received an associates degree followed by 7 years of chef training apprenticeships, specialization French Cuisine.
He obtained a bachelors degree in business, major in Hotel Management from the University of New Haven, with coursework in economics followed by coursework from the New England Hotel Association, with 10 years management experience as a chef, culinary union member, and restaurant management, accounting and consulting.
Robert B. Anson is an attorney licensed to practice law in California and Hawaii. He has been an attorney counselor since 1982. Mr. Anson is also a licensed real estate broker and member of the National Association of Realtors for over 30 years. Mr. Anson is listed in Top Attorneys in the U.S. and North America and Who's Who as a businessman and realtor. Ten years of construction experience also occurred during this time period. Member of California and Hawaii Bar Association. California and National Association of Realtors.
In 1991 Attorney Anson successfully tried the first DNA paternity case in California in Yolo County, Ca using Cellmark Labratories in Germantown, Maryland to complete the DNA testing that was presented in Court that changed the HLA process for blood testing to DNA in all courts in California. Attorney Anson has been a trial attorney for 39 years, mostly 3,500 family law cases, some criminal jury trials and has written family law trusts for over 30 years.
As a realtor he has personally sold over $20,000,00 in residential real estate, held insurance license and a 6 and 63 securities licenses.
Hobbies include art, world economics, study of history and human relations, environmental science and climate change atmospheric repair, water conservation and world resources management control construction and farming.