Tyra Robinson joined the Public Justice Center’s Workplace Justice Project in August 2019.
Tyra graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where they were a Biskind Public Interest Fellow, volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and had their article published in the National Black Law Students Association’s publication, the Legal Pad. In law school, Tyra was an honoree of Who’s Who in Black Cleveland, an award in recognition of African-American achievement. Also during law school, Tyra participated in the Criminal Justice Clinic and received the Jack Cronquist Award for their performance and demonstrated commitment to clients.
Prior to law school, Tyra taught English abroad in Costa Rica for a short period and graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in Communication.
In their career, Tyra aspires to make the law more accessible to and navigable for oppressed people. From that basis, they hope to share knowledge of the law with others to empower communities to exercise their rights.
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