Robyn received her J.D. from New York University School of Law, where she participated in the Juvenile Defender Clinic, representing children accused of crimes in the Bronx, and the Capital Defender Clinic. At N.Y.U., she was as an Executive Editor of the Review of Law & Social Change, and a Teaching Assistant for the Lawyering Program and Professor Derrick Bell. Since joining The Bronx Defenders, Robyn has worked in the Criminal Defense Practice as a practice supervisor, training team leader, and Director of Early Advocacy. Robyn has also served as an adjunct professor of Persuasion and Advocacy at Seton Hall University School of Law. She graduated cum laude from Columbia University with a degree in Political Science and a concentration in Human Rights.
- VICE: There’s a New Way for People Arrested in NYC to Avoid Jail
- Village Voice: Here’s What the Legal Aid Community Thinks of de Blasio’s Bail Reform Plan
- HuffPost Live: NYC To End Cash Bail For Low-Level Offenders
- The Bronx Defenders testifies before NYC Council on the need for bail reform
- Sixteen Bronx Defenders staff members presenting as panelists at the 2014 National Legal Aid & Defender Association Conference
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