Our Team

We have worked very hard to develop a work environment that fosters professional and mutual respect among the lawyers and staff of the firm, thereby providing an opportunity for each individual to realize his or her professional potential to the fullest of his or her ability.

Louis Robinson

Barrister and Solicitor

Bar Admissions 

Ontario, 1992


Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

Toronto, ON, Canada

LL.B., 1990

Ryerson Polytechnical School

Toronto, ON, Canada

B.Sc., Bachelor of Science, 1980

Louis Robinson was born in Kingston, Jamaica. He graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1990 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1992. Before entering law school, he attended Ryerson Polytechnical School, which has since changed its name to Ryerson University, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science.

After being called to the bar, Mr. Robinson and his classmate started a firm called "Robinson Hinkson." After six years the partnership ended at which time Mr. Robinson became a sole proprietor and founded Ashbourne Robinson in 1998.

Mr. Robinson has remained in good standing of the Law Society of Upper Canada and is a member of the Peel Law Association, Durham Law Association and York Region Law Association. Outside of the office, he serves as President of the Jamaica College Old Boys Association of Canada.

Rochelle Robinson

Associate Paralegal

Paralegal Licensing Examination

Toronto, 2015


University of Leicester

Leicester, United Kingdom

LL.B (J.D. Pathway), expected July 2021

Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology

Toronto, ON, Canada

Paralegal (Accelerated) Diploma, 2015

McMaster University

Hamilton, ON, Canada

B.A., Bachelor of Arts, 2014

Rochelle Robinson was born in East York, Ontario. She enrolled in an Accelerated Paralegal Program and graduated from the department of Legal and Public Administration at Seneca College in early 2015. Ms. Robinson also attended McMaster University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology.

Rochelle successfully completed the Paralegal Licensing Examination, and became a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSO) in October 2015. Before obtaining her license, she completed her field placement at Ashbourne Robinson and has since become an associate at the firm.

Ms. Robinson enhances her life by giving back to the community. She volunteers annually at the Port Union Waterfront Festival, the National Spelling Bee of Canada (Scarborough North), Harvest Call Ministries, and the Jamaica College Old Boys Association's Fundraising Gala + Walkathon.

Gorma Jekula

Receptionist & Administrative Assistant


Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology (Ashtonbee)

Toronto, ON, Canada

Medical Office Assistant Diploma, 2016

George Brown College (St. James)

Toronto, ON, Canada

Fashion Exchange Certificate, 2017

Gorma was born in Monrovia, Liberia and migrated from Liberia to Canada in her early teens. For her post-secondary education, she attended Centennial College where she obtained a diploma in the medical field. Gorma also attended George Brown College where she received a certificate in Fashion Exchange upon completion.

Gorma is a seasoned administrative assistant. Her ten plus years of experience in reception and customer service has allowed her to develop a solid understanding of the office environment. Gorma is able to tailor her skills to meet the needs of various clients; and by doing so she has increased efficiency in several of her assigned roles.

When she is not glued to a computer screen or answering calls on the office phone line, Gorma enjoys sketching fashion designs and spending quality time with her family.