Associate3 Executive Campus
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Lakeisha R. Robinson is an experienced litigator with a wide range of experience and specialized knowledge in multiple areas of law, including but not limited to the areas of Juvenile Justice and Nursing home litigation.
Mrs. Robinson began her career in service, as an Assistant District Attorney, supervising the Juvenile Division of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. In this role, she managed more than 40 attorneys and interns, providing guidance and feedback on case preparation while maintaining a full caseload. Throughout her 11 years of public service, Mrs. Robinson also held several other supervisory and trial attorney positions in multiple divisions of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.
In addition to her command of Criminal matters, Mrs. Robinson spent several years advancing her knowledge and skills sets in the area of civil litigation. In providing defense strategies to Corporations in charge of hospitals and nursing homes, Mrs. Robinson honed her research and writing skills. Facilitating successful outcomes for clients and maintaining effective and consistent communication, key components of Mrs. Robinson’s practice. Mrs. Robinson produced numerous pleadings motions and reporting documents in preparation for trial.
Outside the office, Mrs. Robinson is passionate about helping the best and brightest young people, and attorneys succeed through community service and mentorship. She is an active member of The Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia, serving on the Executive Board in the position of Corresponding Secretary. In addition to her role as Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Robinson serves on the Executive Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Division.
Mrs. Robinson graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2005 and received a B.A. in Sociology and Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University in 2002.
Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Mrs. Robinson is a member of The Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia and the National Black Prosecutors Association.