Paul Robblee

About Paul Robblee

After VMI graduation, Paul entered the Army as an Infantry second lieutenant in the 101st Airborne Division. Upon deployment to Vietnam he served as Aide de Camp to the Ass’t. Div. Commander for Operations, platoon leader, battalion logistics officer, and company commander. Paul then entered W&L law school, passed the Virginia bar exam following graduation, and transferred to the Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps. He taught law at West Point, served as an appellate judge on the US Army Court of Military Review, and as Staff Judge Advocate of the US Army Japan/IX Corps, and Third US Army. Post military service, Paul worked as the Chief Deputy Clerk, US District Court, Northern District of Georgia and later as a Staff Attorney on the GA Court of Appeals, retiring in 2014. Paul and wife Joanne returned to Lexington in 2016 where they are members of Grace Episcopal Church currently enrolled in the four-year Education for Ministry Program.