Jennifer Robinson is an Australian human-rights lawyer. She is the Legal Director for the Bertha Foundation in London and an Adjunct Lecturer in Law at the University of Sydney Law School.
Since 2010, Robinson has been a member of a legal team representing Julian Assange and WikiLeaks in London.
Throughout her career, Robinson has worked on projects involving the accountability of multinational corporations for human rights abuses, with a particular interest in the Freeport mine in West Papua. She has also led a project for the United Nations Secretary General’s Special Representative on Business and Human Rights.
In 2011, she became the Legal Director for the Bertha Foundation in London, with the task of creating and developing a global human rights and public interest law program.