Robinson used domestic family law exclusively for final 25 years
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam currently announced Phillip Robinson as decider of a Third Circuit Court for a 20th Judicial District, replacing Barbara Haynes who late final year.
Robinson perceived his J.D. from a University of Tennessee College of Law and has spent a entirety of his 36-year authorised career practicing in Nashville.
“Phillip has used law in Davidson County his whole career, and he will move that endless knowledge to a bench,” Haslam said. “I conclude his eagerness to serve.”
The Third Circuit Court will expected be designated a new family law justice for Davidson County.
Robinson’s use creatively enclosed domestic family cases, personal damage and rapist and probate matters, though for a final 25 years it has exclusively been domestic family with Robinson opening his possess use with associates in 2001.
“I am respected to accept a appointment from Gov. Haslam, and we conclude a event to offer a people of Davidson County in a Third Circuit Court,” Robinson said.
Robinson is a associate of a American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and is house approved as a family law conference disciple by a National Board of Trial Advocacy.
He is a conference row member of a Board of Professional Responsibility of a Supreme Court of Tennessee and a associate of a Nashville Bar Association.
He has been famous by Best Lawyers in America from 2005 to benefaction and Mid-South Super Lawyers from 2007 to present.
Robinson, 61, lives in Nashville with his mother Christy Cason Robinson.