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About Judge Jennifer Robin

Jennifer Robin is a lifetime resident of Conroe and Montgomery County.   She graduated from Conroe High School and received her bachelor of science degree in Finance and Management from Trinity University.  Upon graduation from Trinity, she attended St. Mary’s College of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor degree.  

Jennifer returned home to Conroe in 2000 and practiced law here until her appointment as Associate Judge for the 418th District Court in 2011. 

Over the course of her legal career, Jennifer has authored numerous articles and has been a featured lecturer for continuing legal education courses both statewide and locally.   She is among only eight percent of all attorneys in the State of Texas to be certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.   She is a member of the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists; the College of the State Bar of Texas; the State Bar of Texas, Family Law Section; and the State Bar of Texas,  Judicial Section.  She currently serves on the board of The Woodlands Bar Association, and is a former board member of the Montgomery County Bar Association. 

In addition to her dedicated, five plus years of service on the bench, Jennifer is actively involved in her community.   Apart from her duties on the boards of the Conroe Noon Lions Club, North Shore Republican Women’s Club and The Woodlands Bar Association, she is also an associate member of the Montgomery County Republican Women, Lake Conroe Republican Women, The Woodlands Republican Women, East Montgomery County Republican Women, the Magnolia Republican Women and a member of the Montgomery County Young Republicans.  She is a lifetime member of the Montgomery County Fair Association.  

In her capacity as the Literacy and Youth Outreach Chair for the North Shore Republican Women, she helped found the Willis High School Young Republicans Club.   With her help, the club grew to over 70 members in a few short months.   This club won two prestigious awards at the state convention for High School Republicans of Texas:  Rising Star award and tied for Most Outstanding High School Republican Club in Texas.  One of the officers at this club was selected to serve in the Chairman’s cabinet for the High School Republicans of Texas, a state-wide organization. Jennifer continues to work closely with the Willis High School Young Republicans, and additionally, she has helped a student start a High School Young Republicans club at Montgomery High School.  The Montgomery High School Young Republicans met for the first time in September of 2015 and has already grown to over 42 members.  Jennifer also serves as the Montgomery County Republican Party's Adult Advisor for all Montgomery County high school Young Republicans.

As a current board member of Conroe Noon Lions Club, Jennifer has volunteered in numerous service projects, has chaired or co-chaired many of these projects, and has actively served on the Programs Committee for four years.  She especially enjoys her participation in the Project Mentor program, her involvement in which started through her relationships at Lions Club, and she has mentored a C.I.S.D. student for the past three years.

Jennifer is a member of Faith United Methodist Church where she served in the Children’s Ministry as a Sunday school teacher for two years.  

Jennifer is married to Jeremy Robin, a lifelong Conroe resident.   They are the parents of two beautiful children, six-year-old twins Jake and Claire.   



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