Mitchell Robinson

Mitchell Robinson grew up in Denver, Colorado and attended Regis Jesuit High School. In 2011, he graduated magna cum laude from Brigham Young University with a degree in English literature. During his undergraduate years, he published literary criticism on the work of Thomas Hardy and served a mission in Fort Worth, Texas.

As was always his dream, Mitchell next attended J. Reuben Clark Law School, eager to become the first lawyer in his family. In addition to making the Dean’s List and clerking at a local personal injury firm, he interned at the Utah County Attorney’s Office, where he helped successfully prosecute a highly publicized homicide.

Mitchell began his legal career in 2014 after passing the Colorado bar. As an associate at Anest, Swingle, & Arant, he bolstered a litigation team handling a multimillion-dollar breach of contract case, in addition to representing bankruptcy, HOA, and domestic relations clients. In 2016, Mitchell joined Susan Fuller & Associates, where he focused on divorces, allocation of parental responsibilities, adoptions, modification of support orders, and collection of child support arrears. The lasting difference made in his clients’ lives fostered a passion for family justice that makes him feel right at home at Heritage Law, where he continues to handle domestic relations matters.

In addition to his professional endeavors, Mitchell enjoys penning murder mysteries, playing golf and chess, and mastering demanding piano sonatas.