John Probert


John studied Policy Making Administration at the University of Exeter before completing his professional exam of law at Northumbria University in 1986.

John qualified as a solicitor in 1991 and firstly concentrated in general practice, working on a diverse number of projects in County Court, High Court and Court of Appeal.

John has experience in a high volume of activities including Family Work, Crime, Conveyancing, Wills and Probate and Mental Health Work, however currently RobinsonMurphy does not deal with Legal Aid.

John started work in both articles and after qualifying in the North East of England covering Court Tribunals from Berwick to Durham.

In 2000 John joined RobinsonMurphy to specialise in litigation work, including civil family work. Due to his enthusiastic, caring and reliable nature John made partner in 2008.

John is currently enjoying working on the development of the private client department, to include Conveyancing, Wills and Probate and Power of Attorney.

John has an excellent sense of humour which bodes well with his clients, ensuring he is transparent and approachable in all matters.