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Anton Robinson
Online Faculty
Adjunct Faculty

Anton Robinson

Course Developer
Online Learning Program
Center for Justice Reform
Summer Session CJR

Curriculum Vitae

Anton Robinson

Biography

Professor Anton Robinson teaches Race, Crimes, and Restorative Justice. He is a project manager at an independent nonprofit national research and policy organization headquartered in Brooklyn, New York. Much of his current work centers on ending mass incarceration, bail reform, dismantling racism in the criminal legal system, and youth justice reform. Robinson is a community organizer in Manhattan where he leads Know Your Rights and bail reform presentations at local churches and community centers. He also works with local and national organizers to upend harmful prosecution tactics. Robinson has more than 15 years of criminal court experience and served as an Assistant Public Defender (between Orlando, FL, and New York, NY) for just under a decade. He is a member of the Criminal Courts Committee and Mass Incarceration Taskforce of the New York City Bar Association, and serves as Secretary of the Criminal Law Section of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association. He joined Vermont Law School in 2020.