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Law School: Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, J.D.
College: University of Tennessee at Knoxville, B.S.
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Practice Areas: Civil Litigation, Criminal Defense; Additional Legal Concentration Include Crisis Management; Sports and Entertainment; Police Officer's Rights; DUI; Family Law and Retail Collection Services; Litigation - General Civil Practice
Worrick G. Robinson, IV is a member of Robinson, Reagan & Young, PLLC and joined the firm in 1994. Mr. Robinson’s principal areas of practice are civil litigation and criminal defense. In addition, he also has a general practice that includes handling family law matters, police officers’ rights, sports and entertainment law and retail collection issues.
Mr. Robinson graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a B.S. degree in Business; he received his law degree from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Robinson worked as an associate attorney at Leitner, Warner, Moffett, Williams, Dooley, Carpenter and Napolitan in its Chattanooga and Nashville offices before being hired by the firm of Adams and Whiteaker which is now Robinson, Reagan and Young, PLLC.
Mr. Robinson is authorized to practice in the Federal District Courts of Tennessee, as well as the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Robinson is a member of the American Bar Association, the Tennessee Bar Association (former chair of the Federal Court Committee and the Creditors Rights Committee), and the Nashville Bar Association, where he formerly served on the Board of Directors. He is a Member of the Nashville Bar Foundation and serves as General Counsel to the Fraternal Order of Police. In 2005, Mr. Robinson was appointed by the Governor of Tennessee to the Collection Services Board which enforces and enacts rules and regulations concerning collection agencies and their compliance in the state.
Mr. Robinson is a frequent lecturer at several local universities, organizations and continuing legal education seminars on sports and entertainment topics, as well as collection laws. He also is an adjunct professor at Belmont University, where he teaches Sports Law in the MBA program.