The Perry Law Firm

Larry M. Roberts, Esq. | (949) 379-3141 x106


Larry M. Roberts is Of Counsel to The Perry Law Firm. He is a former senior partner with the firm of Barker, Roberts & Richardson, which he joined in 1984. Mr. Roberts has over 30 years of experience in general business law, including both transactional and litigation. His litigation experience includes construction defect, breach of contract, CC&R compliance, real estate fraud, construction disputes, corporate matters, labor law, commercials, landlord/tenant disputes and commercial collection. Mr. Roberts’ transactional experience includes CC&R enforcement and drafting business incorporation, purchase and sale contracts, franchise licensing agreements and trademark and servicemark registration.

Mr. Roberts received his bachelor’s degree in business in 1979 from University of California at Riverside and his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School in 1982. In 1983, Mr. Roberts received his Masters in International Law (LLM) from Cambridge University in England. Mr. Roberts has assisted clients in recovering millions of dollars in discrimination, business, and construction defect litigation and settlements. Mr. Roberts has been published in Tri City Business and Pasadena Bar Association Journal. He is also a contributing author for Magill’s Survey of Science: Medical Science.

Professional Experience

  • The Perry Law Firm, APLC; Attorney 2011 – present
  • The Law Office of Larry M. Roberts; Partner 1991 – present
  • Barker, Roberts, & Richardson; Partner 1984 – 1991


  • Cambridge University, LL.M., 1983
  • Loyola School of Law, J.D., 1982
  • University of California at Riverside, B.A., 1979


  • Community Associations Institute, Orange County Chapter, Educational Committee 2014 – present
  • Community Associations Institute, Orange County Chapter 2011 – present
  • California Association of Community Managers 2011 – present
  • Orange County Bar Association 2013 – present
  • Pasadena Bar Association 1984 – 2000


  • California State Courts
  • Federal Court, Central District of California

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