Robin Seila is an associate at the Law Office of Joel H. Holt, Esq. P.C. She has resided on St. Croix since 2015, when she was hired as a law clerk to Virgin Islands Superior Court Judge Douglas A. Brady. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania. After college, Robin worked in clinical trial management as a project manager for a software company, she then moved to Seoul, South Korea to teach English, following which, she decided to embark on an around-the-world trip, prior to enrolling at Vermont Law School. While in law school, Robin externed with U.S. Federal District Judge Gustavo A. Gelpí in the District of Puerto Rico. She also participated in the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College exchange program and the U.S.-China Partnership Program, investigating toxic tort law in the U.S. and China.
Outside of work, Robin is active in the Caribbean Community Theatre, the Virgin Islands Cycling Federation, and the Virgin Islands Triathlon Federation. She represented the Virgin Islands at the 2017 Caribbean Cycling Championships in Martinique and at the 2017 International Triathlon Union World Championships in Rotterdam.