Continuing a Legacy

In 1866, former Governor George D. Robinson began practicing law in the Springfield region. 150 years later, his legacy continues on in many ways, including his law practice now known as Robinson Donovan, P.C. Along with a thriving practice, his legacy extends into the community in the form of public service. Robinson was a true public servant, as evidenced in his role of principal at Chicopee High School and his involvement with Chicopee Savings Bank as one of the founding members. In addition to the impact he had on a local level, he is well known for serving as the 34th governor of Massachusetts as well as for his role in the acquittal of the infamous Lizzie Borden.

George D. Robinson’s law practice evolved through generations and a continuously changing legal climate to what it is today, Robinson Donovan. P.C. After 150 years, our firm continues to serve clients throughout Massachusetts and New England. To celebrate the milestone, as a firm, we have decided to honor our community-minded founder and illustrate our commitment to the future of the greater Springfield region.

We will make a donation to twelve local nonprofits, one per month, throughout 2016. The goal of this initiative is to support some of the many nonprofits which are vital to the fabric of the community through a monetary donation, as well as raise awareness for their causes and encourage others to get involved.

Please continue to visit this post for updates on the selected nonprofits and to learn more about the important mission of each organization.