ABOUT


BELINDA C. ROBINSON, SOLICITOR 
LLB, LLM, GradDipLP, GCEDv

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Belinda completed a Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the Queensland University of Technology in 2015. She completed a Master of Laws in 2018 at the College of Law. In 2019, she completed a Graduate Certificate in Domestic Violence at the Queensland University of Technology and the Legal Practice Management Course at the College of Law. 

 

She was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors at the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2015.

 

Since admission, Belinda has worked solely in the areas of criminal law and domestic violence law, encompassing all aspects involved in representing clients charged with criminal offences, breaches of regulatory laws, traffic matters and proceedings under domestic violence legislation.

 

Belinda advocates for clients in various jurisdictions such as the Magistrates, Children’s, District and Supreme Court for summary and indictable matters and appears in the Domestic Violence Court. She has conduct with respect to committal proceedings in the Magistrates Court and Children’s Court and makes submissions on behalf of clients in relation to pleas and defending matters. 

 

Belinda completed Criminal and Domestic Violence Legal Aid Duty Lawyer Accreditation in 2017 and has several years of experience as Duty Lawyer in the Caboolture and Redcliffe Magistrates Courts.

 

Belinda is extremely dedicated to upholding clients’ rights and committed to quality of client service. The positive results that she consistently achieves for clients reflects her skill and passion and commitment to social justice. Belinda strongly believes in handling her clients’ cases with empathy and a willingness to think creatively. She has a high level of interpersonal sensitivity and the ability to deal with sensitive matters with discretion, confidentially and tact. 

Contact Belinda for a free, one hour, no-obligation consultation today on 0416 126 532.

"To be a member of the practising legal profession is a great privilege. It offers the opportunity to serve the community in a profoundly important way. The administration of justice according to law lies at the heart of the community's health and wellbeing. In social terms, there can hardly be a more important function that a citizen may perform than to participate in that process"- Murray & Beech JJ.