Nicholas Robinson

Civil Law and Property Barrister
Nicholas Robinson was called to the Bar in 2007. He completed his law degree at the University of Durham during which he studied International Law in the French speaking Université de Fribourg.
He completed his BVC in London before undertaking Pupillage and then accepting tenancy at Ropewalk Chambers.
He has a general civil law practice particular interest in personal injury, business and property, costs and fraudulent claims.

Nick undertakes a broad range of business and contractual work including sale of goods claims, insolvency work and general contractual disputes


He also has undertaken housing and property work including possession proceedings and has appeared before the Land Adjudicator in disputes over easements and prescriptive rights.


In addition, Nick undertakes a significant amount of credit hire work for both Claimants but predominantly Defendants and has appeared on all tracks in credit hire matters.  He is familiar with up to date arguments on enforceability as well as other credit hire issues.


He has advised and acted on behalf of local authorities to defend highways and workplace claims. Regularly undertaking paperwork in this area and drafting statement of case, advising both the defendant and claimant parties in respect of liability.


He has also appeared at CICA, CRU appeals and inquests including CICA appeals in which the Applicant recovered a six figure sum and in respect of a complicated loss of earnings claim for a self-employed professional trumpet player.