Tel: (08) 9221 1201
Noeleen Robinson is a very experienced criminal defence lawyer and has a proven track record for obtaining excellent outcomes for clients. This is largely due to her thorough preparation for each case, in depth knowledge of the law and unique tailored approach for each client.
She provides detailed legal advice to clients on all aspects of their criminal law matter including advising on plea options, court procedure, possible sentencing outcomes, trial, bail applications, appeals and spent convictions. Noeleen has considerable experience with restraining order matters including assisting clients charged with breaching their violence restraining order and defending violence restraining order applications.
Noeleen is committed to obtaining the best possible result for each client and this involves careful strategic planning at the outset of each case, regular communication with clients to obtain instructions and progress reports and sound, extensive preparation for court hearings.
Our policy is to be approachable and available throughout our clients’ legal proceedings so that they feel confident and comfortable enough to discuss their case and circumstances with our solicitors in depth. This helps clients to understand their legal options and possible outcomes fully but also assists our solicitors to undertake in depth preparation for their case.
Noeleen and her legal team have the expertise to assist with very serious or simple criminal matters having successfully represented many clients throughout Perth and Regional Western Australia. We encourage clients to book an initial appointment at an early stage in their matter or preferably telephone us for brief advice before participating in a police interview.
Noeleen obtained her Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Notre Dame Fremantle in 2009 and completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the College of Law (NSW). She was then admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor and entered onto the roll of the High Court of Australia.