JENNIFER ROBINSON | rights, international development
Jennifer Robinson is a Human rights lawyer and the Legal Director for the Bertha Foundation in London, with the task of creating and developing a global human rights and public interest law program.
She graduated in law and Asian studies from the Australian National University and holds a MPhil, public international law and BLC international law and Human Rights from the University of Oxford. Throughout her education, Robinson has worked on volunteer projects involving the accountability of multinational corporations for human rights abuses.
Whilst at the University of Oxford, she worked part time for Geoffrey Robertson. In 2008, she became Robertson’s Instructing Solicitor.
Robinsson also led a project for the United Nations Secretary General’s Special Representative on Business and Human Rights.
From 2009, she worked at the London law firm of Finers Stephens Innocent LLP where, among other things, she acted for Julian Assange, Wikileaks, Bloombers, The guardian, The New York Times and CNN.