Steve Robinson

Steve Robinson

Before being called to the Bar in 2021, Steve had practised law as a solicitor in NSW and the ACT for over ten years. Steve focusses on criminal proceedings in both the ACT and NSW having been a prosecutor for the NSW ODPP in Sydney and a defence solicitor for the Aboriginal Legal Service at Redfern. While in NSW, Steve appeared regularly in the Local, District, and Supreme Courts in a diverse range of serious matters.

Upon moving to the ACT in 2016, Steve became the head of practice for the ACT Legal Aid’s Domestic Violence Unit, regularly appearing for both applicants and respondents in the ACT Magistrate’s Court.

More recently, Steve worked as an in-house lawyer in the Australian Public Service providing advice in the fields of regulatory and administrative law, developing a particular interest in the exercise of coercive powers by government, including search warrants, upon individuals and businesses.

Steve is passionate about the law and looks forward to being able to travel to rural NSW for Court in addition to appearing in Canberra.

Called to the Bar

Admitted as a legal practitioner

LLB (Hons) University of Newcastle

BSc University Sydney



02 6130 0562


Practice areas

Criminal law
Disciplinary proceedings
Domestic violence
Proceeds of crime
Public / Administrative law