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Chelsea B. Robinson*


(248) 430-7239

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Product Liability


Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Texas Southern University J.D., cum laude, 2020

Dillard University, B.A. English, cum laude, 2017

Judicial Clerkships

Judge Debra Ibarra Mayfield, 190th Civil District Court, 2018

Court Admissions

Texas State Courts

*Currently practicing under the supervision of Michigan-barred attorneys. Licensed in Texas.

Chelsea B. Robinson focuses her practice on product liability and discovery.

Prior to joining Bush Seyferth PLLC, Chelsea served as an associate at Alliant Group, LP. She also worked as a summer extern with Texas Southern University’s Office of General Counsel. In addition, she was a Judicial Law Clerk to Judge Debra Ibarra Mayfield of the 190th Civil District Court in Houston, Texas, a compliance department intern with the Harris County Attorney’s Office of Vince Ryan, and a law clerk with Kelly, Durham, & Pittard, LLP.

Chelsea received her J.D., cum laude, from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University. While in law school, she was Senior Editor of the Thurgood Marshall Law Review and the Academic Standards Committee Chairperson at the Student Bar Association. She received her B.A., cum laude, from Dillard University, where she is currently a member of the Board of Trustees.

Honors & Leadership

Louisiana Supreme Court Justice Revius Ortique Scholar

Ebony Magazine’s Top Ten HBCU Campus Queen

Coca Cola Women’s Empowerment Scholar

HBCU Awards- Female Student of the Year

Dillard University Student Leader of the Year

Dillard University National Alumni Scholar

Professional Activities

Houston Young Lawyers Association, Member

Community & Pro-Bono Involvement

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Community Service Member

Dillard University Board of Trustees, Member

For Fun

Chelsea is the youngest Board of Trustee member of a university in the country.

She has taken French as an elective course since the first grade.

Chelsea was an all-star cheerleader in high school.

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