Staff Lawyer

Carrie Robinson

Pronouns: she/her/hers

— Carrie believes in using the law to create positive social development and change to promote equality; and in Pivot’s strategic legal advocacy work. Carrie is Algonquin (First Nations) and Canadian and she is happy to be welcomed and working on the traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh nations in beautiful British Columbia. Carrie is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Windsor (Ontario; 2008); and the Law Society of Ontario & Ryerson University’s Law Practice Program (2019). Carrie was called to the Ontario bar as a lawyer in January of 2020 and she is very excited to be returning to Vancouver where she grew up to contribute as a lawyer and previously summered with Pivot during law school. The work experience Carrie brings to Pivot is based in policy work with First Nations, Inuit and Metis people nationally and with international Indigenous groups at organizations such as the First Nations Health Council, the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network, and the Assembly of First Nations. In her personal life Carrie is passionate about writing and theatre!