Peter H. Robinson grew up in La Crosse, Wisconsin, as the second of ten children. He graduated from Utah Valley University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy. Peter then attended and graduated from the Seton Hall University School of Law. He also served a two-year LDS mission to Las Vegas, Nevada.
During law school, Peter interned with the New Jersey Superior Court and with the Hoboken, New Jersey, Mayor’s Office. Peter also researched and wrote an article for the school’s Circuit Review Law Journal on First Amendment freedom of speech and its legal ramifications on municipal efforts to curb urban panhandling.
Upon graduation, Peter moved to American Fork, Utah, and began working in Family Law and Civil Litigation. Peter joined Jolley and Jolley in 2018 and enjoys helping fathers protect and assert their legal and parental rights.