Priscellia Robinson is a founding member of Queens Court Chambers and Head of Chambers. She is incredibly knowledgeable, effective, fearless yet client-friendly, persuasive and a delight to work with.

Formerly a Solicitor Advocate, Priscellia was called to the UK Bar in 2015 of which now she practises as a Direct Access Barrister of whom can conduct litigation and is Police Station accredited.

Priscellia has a broad ranging practice. While primarily known for her civil, immigration and criminal law practice, she also has substantial experience in handling commercial disputes and cases involving issues of public law, employment law, property disputes, landlord & tenant law, education law, media & entertainment law and increasingly human rights law.

Priscellia is recognised for her excellent judgement and leadership qualities and not being frightened to tackle novel and difficult areas of law, or to deal head-on with the more complicated aspects of a case.

She provides high-quality advice and advocacy in a wide area of law and has developed a substantial practice with Direct Access Clients and Solicitors. Priscellia has acted on behalf of clients in the Crown Court, High Court, First Tier Tribunals, Upper Tribunals, Administrative Court and The Business and Property Court within the Royal Court of Justice.

Areas of Law

You may instruct Priscellia in the following areas of work:-

Civil Law, Commercial Litigation, Crime and Regulatory Law, Court of Protection Law, Education Law, Employment Law, Fraud, Financial and Business Crime, Human Rights Law, Immigration Law, Judicial Review, Landlord & Tenant Law, Media & Entertainment Law, Property Disputes Law, Police Law and Public Law.

Social Justice

Priscellia is a highly respected Barrister and also known for her Activist work upon legally and factually complex cases. She is fearless and known to leave no stone left unturned. With a meticulous eye for detail, Priscellia has direct experience of dealing with the issues arising out of the Grenfell Tower disaster and the Windrush Scandal plus defending those who have been victims of police brutality, particularly in youth custody.

Contact the Expert

Complete the form below to contact the expert directly.