Nick Robinson is recommended by the Legal 500 UK Directory 2012/13 for his expertise as a criminal barrister on the Western Circuit.
In an appeal against sentence at the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) Aikens LJ held that Nick "presented the arguments very concisely, clearly and persuasively" (JS v R  EWCA Crim 2381).
Nick Robinson specialises in Crime, including Civil aspects of Asset Forfeiture and the Proceeds of Crime; Public Law & Regulatory work; and Employment.
Nick was an intern at the Independent Jamaica Council of Human Rights in Kingston, Jamaica during summer 2004 working on death penalty cases having won a scholarship through the Centre of Capital Punishment Studies (University of Westminster) and the European Commission.
Nick is currently instructed in three appeals to the Privy Council from the Court of Appeal of Jamaica, including a case in which he represents four Appellants who are appealing against their convictions for murder.
Nick has represented clients at social security appeals, housing benefit appeals, employment tribunals and the criminal injuries compensation board for the Free Representation Unit.
For more information on Nick please see his specialist profiles or visit his external website - http://nick-robinson-barrister.co.uk/ (opens in a new window).
BA Criminology & Sociology, The University of Liverpool (First Class Honours)
Postgraduate Diploma in Law, Manchester Metropolitan University
Bar Vocational Course, BPP London