For more than four decades Burman & Robinson has provided aggressive, result-oriented representation of middle market and institutional clients. Our practice is statewide in all courts. We successfully combine the cost-effective, personalized advantages of a small firm with the quality, experience, and sophistication of a large one.

Our offices are located in the historic Brewery District within a short walk of The Franklin County Courts and Government Complex in downtown Columbus, Ohio.

Visitor parking is free and is in the garage accessed from Willow Street. Park in any spot marked ‘Visitor’.

We look forward to assisting you!

Attorney Profiles

Robert Burman, Managing Partner

Robert Burman is a senior partner and founding member of the firm which was established in 1979. His areas of practice are business and commercial matters, construction, real estate, litigation and complex domestic/family law matters involving asset division, valuations, structured settlements and parenting rights.

Mr. Burman was born in Steubenville, Ohio. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Bowling Green University in 1970 and his Juris Doctor Degree from Capital University Law School in 1973. Mr. Burman was admitted to the Ohio Bar November 3, 1973; admitted to the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, Eastern Division, July 17, 1974; and admitted to the United States Supreme Court February 21, 1978. Prior to receiving his law degree, he was employed by the United States Army Air Force Exchange Service, American Airlines and The Ohio Supreme Court. He has been a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and Columbus Bar Association since 1973 and has served on various Bar Association committees as well as serving as a member of the National Panel of Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association.

In addition to representing client interests in Ohio, Mr. Burman has been involved in the representation of Client matters in various other states including advisory representation of Client matters in various jurisdictions outside of United States, including the United Kingdom, Germany, and Holland. Mr. Burman also attended the University of Michigan Trial Advocacy School and has served from time to time as a Franklin County Common Pleas Court appointed Arbitrator and Mediator.