Alexis Robinson was admitted to practice in Jamaica in 2007, after being called to the Bar of England & Wales in 2006 as a member of Lincoln's Inn. She has been a member of Myers, Fletcher & Gordon's Litigation Department since 2007 and has represented clients successfully at all levels of Jamaica's Court system, including the Privy Council.
Her practice areas include all aspects of general civil litigation including property litigation, family law, commercial and banking litigation, civil fraud and judicial review.
Alexis holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, U.S.A. and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from City University in London. She completed her professional training at the Inns of Court School of Law in London, followed by a brief period at Jamaica's Norman Manley Law School.
An advocate of the family, Alexis is married and a proud mother of two daughters. She is a member of the Council of the Jamaican Bar Association, Chair of its Family Law Committee and a member of its Civil Practice and Procedure and Law Reform Committees. She sits on the Boards of the National Parenting Support Commission and Liberty Academy at the Priory. As a fellow of the International Academy of Apologetics and Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, she has a keen interest in fundamental human rights and constitutional issues.
In her leisure time, Alexis enjoys a good game of squash.