Nicholas K. Robb

Primary Practice Areas
Estate and Trust Planning and Administration
Business Organizations, Governance and Succession Planning
Educational Institutions
Real Estate Transactions, Development and Financing
Banking, Creditors Rights and Collections
Personal Injury and Wrongful Death

University of Nebraska, B.S., 1994
University of Missouri-Kansas City, J.D., 1997

The Missouri Bar, 1997
U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri, 1997
The Kansas Bar 1998
U.S. District Court, Kansas, 1998
U.S. Tax Court 2001

Nick is another Central High School alumnus. After high school, he attended the University of Nebraska where he originally studied Architecture. Finding himself drawn to the engineering and construction aspects rather than design, he switched majors and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from the Engineering School at UNL. When he excelled in a class on law for engineers, his professor suggested that he consider law school and ultimately Nick enrolled in the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law.

Nick was a member of UMKC’s National Trial Team, and on the staff of Urban Lawyer Law Journal. In his third year of law, he worked as a ‘Rule 13’ Assistant Prosecutor in the Clay County, Missouri Prosecuting Attorney’s office. After graduation, he spent two years working with a Kansas City litigation firm before returning home to St. Joseph.

Given his education, Nick enjoys construction law and civil litigation. “I tend to approach problems as if I’m solving an equation,” he says. His analytical background serves him well in other areas of the law, too, in particular business and estate planning.

He has served on the Board of Directors of the St. Joseph Family YMCA and InterServ, and is currently the President of the Pony Express Council of the Boy Scouts of America. In addition, he serves as a Trustee of the Mount Mora Cemetery Association, the Morton Fund for the Arts and the Calla Varner Scholarship Fund.

He enjoys travelling with his wife and spending time with his three children in their athletic and school activities. When time permits, a round of golf may find its way to the agenda.

Photo of Nicholas K. Robb “I enjoy working with people to come up with a solution. I get satisfaction out of solving problems, whether a client is in a cooperative or adversarial situation.” – Nick Robb