From 1985-1988, Judge Robinson was Staff Counsel for the City of Stamford Law Department. In 1988, he became Assistant Corporation Counsel
in Stamford where he remained until his appointment as a Judge of the Superior Court in 2000. He remained a Superior Court Judge for the next seven years during
which time he served as Presiding Judge (Civil) for the New Britain Judicial District (May 2003-September 2006); Presiding Judge (Civil) and Assistant Administrative
Judge for the Ansonia/Milford Judicial District (September 2006-September 2007); and Presiding Judge (Civil) for the Stamford Judicial District (September
2007-December 2007). He was appointed as a Judge of the Connecticut Appellate Court on December 10, 2007.
Judge Robinsonís distinguished career is complimented by an array of public and judicial service. He served as President of the Stamford Branch
of the NAACP (1988-1990); General Counsel for the Connecticut Conference of the NAACP (1988-2000); President of the Assistant Corporation Counselís Union (AFSCME)
(1989-2000); Commissioner of the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (1997-2000); Chair of the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and
Opportunities (1999-2000); New Haven Inn of Court member (2002-present); Judicial Education Curriculum Committee member (2002-present); Judicial Education
Committee member (2003-present); Faculty at several Judicial Institutes as well as spring and fall lectures (2003-present); Civil Commission member (2005-present);
Court Annexed Mediator (2005-present); Lawyers Assistance Advisory Board member (2007-present); Bench-Bar Foreclosure Committee (2007- present); Legal Internship
Committee; and Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Cultural Competency Committee (2009-present).