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Robert P. Robinson

Attorney at Law


obert P. Robinson is managing partner of Hickman Robinson Yaege.  His areas of practice include both business/corporate law and real estate law.  He handles both transactional and litigation matters within those areas of practice.  He also serves as outside general counsel to many of his business clients.

Robert has been named to the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Super Lawyers Rising Stars list. Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented multi-phase selection process.  Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with independent research.  Each candidate is evaluated on twelve indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement.  Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis.

Robert has also been named as a Semi-Finalist in Construction Law by the San Diego Daily Transcript, and named to the Best of the Bar by the San Diego Business Journal.

Clients appreciate Robert’s calm but direct demeanor, his resolute dedication to his client’s best interests, his honesty, and his thoughtful approach to both the tactful and the practical.

Since 2017, Robert has served on the esteemed Advisory Board of the San Diego State University Real Estate School, Corky McMillan Center for Real Estate.

Robert has also served as a legal analyst and legal contributor on radio and television, appearing on such shows as Politics & Profits, America Trends, and Real Talk San Diego.

As a San Diego State University graduate ’00 (BS in Business-Accounting; Minor in Communication), he is a season ticket holder and an Aztec For Life.  As a California Western School of Law graduate ’03 (Juris Doctorate), he was an editor of the California Western School of Law, Law Review and International Law Review. During law school, Robert also studied in York and London, England, at the Law School of England and Wales.