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Mr Daniel Robinson
Daniel has built a broad practice encompassing crime, road traffic and regulatory work. He appears in a range of courts and tribunals both alone and led, but is predominantly based in the Crown Courts, where he both prosecutes and defends. He has successfully appeared in the Court of Appeal.
Before coming to the Bar, Daniel worked for NGOs in the UK, Rwanda and Jamaica. His work encompassed genocide and war crimes, crimes against humanity and human rights in which he retains a strong interest. Daniel spent seven months working for the Council for Human Rights based in Kingston, Jamaica, and has advised defendants on Death Row as to their prospects of appeal to the Privy Council.
Daniel is experienced in representing defendants with mental health issues, addiction problems and vulnerabilities.
Year of call: 2010 Inn: Grays Inn
English, some French
Criminal Bar Association, South Eastern Circuit Legal Avenues for Palestine? – Article for iLawyer International Justice online publication considering UNHRC report into settlements in the West Bank
Tuxford Comprehensive School University of Durham (University College) 2004 English Literature B.A. (Hons.) (Dunelm) (2:1) 2008 Graduate Diploma in Law (Nottingham Law School) (Distinction) 2009 Bar Vocational Course (BPP London) (Outstanding)
CrossFit – member of CrossFit Central London Running – last marathon in Amsterdam National Trust member Travelling – most recent Turkey and Kyrgyzstan