Brian Robinson (Leaving Certificate 1993) is the youngest of three children, all of whom attended St. Kilian’s. Along with his brother David and sister Sinead, Brian was a stalwart of the basketball scene at the school for many years. Brian's mother, Betty, was also a very active member of the early Parents' Association at St Kilian's.
After leaving St. Kilian’s, Brian went on to study Business and Legal Studies at UCD where he graduated with an Honours Degree. Brian then went on to study for a Masters in Law from Trinity College Dublin, again graduating with Honours. He then attended at the Law Society of Ireland for further studies and training to be a Solicitor. Brian graduated from the Law Society and was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in January 2004.
Brian presently works in his own practice in Bray with his business partner Rory Benville. Benville & Robinson Solicitors are a well established and very respected law firm throughout County Wicklow, South County Dublin and indeed the Country. The practice is a general practice engaged in property transactions, Wills and Probate, accident claims, employment law, commercial and other litigation. The practice also prosecutes on behalf of the DPP in the County of Wicklow. Brian’s main area of expertise is Planning and Environmental law and he has been involved in numerous cases before the Circuit, High and Supreme Courts in relation to these matters.