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About Robyn Brett

Robyn is currently in her fourth seat of her training contract in the Civil Liberties & Human Rights team. She is looking forward to working with Sasha Barton, with particular focus on actions against the police for failure to investigate serious and sexual offences, and related human rights claims and public law challenges. Throughout her training contract she has had experience representing vulnerable clients and hopes to be able to provide support to vulnerable victims throughout her civil liberties seat.

She has recently completed her third seat of her training contract in the Housing team and has enjoyed working with Jayesh Kunwardia across a broad range of area of housing and property law dispute. She has had a particular focus on disrepair claims, landlord and tenant disputes, judicial review, possession claims and reviews/appeals relating to local authority housing decisions.

She joined Hodge Jones & Allen in September 2021 when she commenced her training contract. She completed her first seat with the Criminal Defence Team where she assisted Gary Monks, Ruth Harris and Jessica Davis on a range of criminal matters. In her second seat in the Medical Negligence team, Robyn assisted Nina Ali with a particular focus on inquest work and medical negligence within mental health services. She provided a supportive role to those who have suffered the devastating consequences of clinical negligence throughout various stages of their clinical negligence claims.

Robyn previously worked as a paralegal at a criminal firm and continued in this role whist completing the LPC LLM at BPP University. Prior to this, Robyn completed her undergraduate LLB degree at King’s College London University.

Career & Education


  • Hodge Jones & Allen – Trainee Solicitor, September 2021 – Present
  • Lawtons Solicitors – Criminal Law Paralegal, 2019 – 2021


  • LPC LLM (Distinction) – BPP,  2020 -2021
  • Law LLB (1st Class) – King’s College London University, 2016 – 2019
Further Reading Robyn Brett
Civil Liberties and Human Rights