Attorney Georgia Robinson

Georgia D. Nwamaka-Robinson serves her community as an attorney and mediator with The Robinson Law Firm. The firm provides legal services in the following areas of law: probate, wills, trusts, personal injury/wrongful death, power of attorney, deeds, guardianship, adoption, real estate, business, education and media and entertainment law.
Attorney Robinson is also the founder of the following not-for-profit ventures: Reading Pays More, Inc.; Friends of Jamaica Basic School, Inc.; Mandella Terrace Project, Jamaica, West Indies; and Tamale Project, Ghana, West Africa.

Other community service activities include: Scholarships and internships to high school students;
Teach business ownership and career development to children and adults; Increase parental involvement in children’s education; Advocate to reduce student suspensions and expulsions in Broward County Schools; Founder: From Milk and Honey to Education, Health, Technology, Economics and Politics, The Role of the Church in Today’s Society (Seminar, Broward County); Founder: Breakfast with the Clergy Seminars (Broward County).

Attorney Robinson’s numerous public recognitions for community service include the Urban League of Broward County, Kathleen Wright Legacy Award for Education Advocacy.

Attorney Robinson is a Graduate of City University School of Law, New York and State University of New York at Old Westbury, New York.

Attorney Robinson’s vision for her community is for each child to read at or above grade level by December 2016. To help her achieve this vision she is asking individuals and organizations to adopt a child who is reading below grade level and provide books, tutoring, motivation and mentoring/support for the child, his or her family and school. Sunland Park Elementary School, Broward County, which received grades of F, D, D, D, F, F and F for the school years 2003 through 2009, is a great place to start.