Miriam Wilson, LL.B (Hons), TEP
Managing Partner

Miriam is a graduate of Nottingham Trent University  with an LLB. (Hons) degree in Irish Law and qualified from the Law Society as a Solicitor in 2013. 

Miriam holds a post-graduate Diploma in Trust & Estate Planning, is a member of the Society for Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP) and has lectured and tutored on the Law Society’s Diploma Course in Trusts & Estates.

Miriam maintains a passion for advising clients of all ages in respect of Family and Child Care Law, Family Business Planning, Wills, Probate, Trusts, Elder and Vulnerable Persons Law - The Assisted Decision Making Capacity Act, Enduring Power of Attorney and Nursing Home Support Scheme.  Miriam is a member of Solicitors for the Elderly in Ireland.

Prior to her career in the law, Miriam was an IT professional for almost 20 years and when not working enjoys exploring the beautiful Wexford countryside she calls home. 

Conor Robinson, LL.B

Conor Robinson joined Miriam as a Partner in Wilson Robinson Solicitors LLP in May 2024. Conor and Miriam met in college and have been friends and colleagues for many years.  

Conor practices primarily in the areas of Corporate and Commercial law. He has extensive experience in the buying and selling of businesses and business assets, drafting shareholders agreements, dealing with shareholder disputes and corporate governance matters.

Before becoming a Solicitor, Conor successfully ran and sold two businesses of his own, so will bring an entrepreneurial, practical and legal approach to working on your behalf.

LLP Partnership

Wilson Robinson Solicitors LLP has been authorised to operate as a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) as of 17th June 2024 and per The Legal Services Regulation Act 2015. As and from this date, any partner in this firm has no personal liability for any debts, liabilities or obligations incurred for the purpose of carrying on the business of the LLP. This does not prevent or restrict the enforcement of any debt, liability or obligation against the property of the LLP and from this date the Partnership Act 1890 applies to the Partnership to the extent it is not inconsistent with Chapter 3 of Part 8 of the Act.