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. Alexis recently joined the firm's Property Department and continues to practice family law and general litigation.
Her practice areas include property litigation, commercial and banking litigation, family law, employment law, civil fraud, judicial review and commercial property development.
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 stint at Jamaica's Norman Manley Law School.
As a fellow of the International Academy of Apologetics and Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, Alexis' interest in human rights has been influential in her efforts as a member of the Coalition of Lawyers in Defence of the Unborn. Alexis is the Chair of the Family Law Committee of the Jamaican Bar Association and a member of its Civil Practice and Procedure Committee. She holds a Certificate in Mediation Practice and Procedure awarded by the Dispute Resolution Foundation of Jamaica.
Alexis enjoys playing squash.