Atlee Hall Names Robin A. Jabour a Partner
November 29, 2016
Atlee Hall, a Lancaster-based full-service trial law firm, has named Robin A. Jabour a partner. Since joining the firm as an associate in 1999, Jabour has successfully represented clients in a wide variety of cases including alcohol liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, tractor-trailer collisions, product liability and negligence. She donates professional services to the Wills for Heroes Foundation and serves as a legislative advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Jabour is a member of the American Association for Justice, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Pennsylvania Association for Justice, National Association of Women Lawyers, Lancaster Bar Association, Injury Board, and Attorneys Information Exchange Group. She is the first female partner in the history of the well-established Lancaster law firm.
Atlee Hall Partner, Jaime Jackson, commented recently on making Jabour a partner, “she has many, many talents and strengths, but above all she shows a level of compassion and caring for our clients that always comes first”.
Since its founding in 1980, Atlee Hall has distinguished itself both locally and nationally for its litigation record on upholding safety laws in the transportation, medical, and consumer product sectors and protecting the rights of individuals and families harmed by the actions of others. The firm’s mission remains to get our clients successful results, as efficiently and quickly as we reasonably can. The firm has won numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for its clients, including two of the largest verdicts ever awarded in central Pennsylvania.
Jabour holds a B.A. degree from Duquesne University and a law degree from Widener University School of Law. She resides in Lancaster with her husband, John. Her daughter, Melissa Jabour, is an associate attorney at Atlee Hall.