Tamasin specialises in criminal defence and regulatory law.

She appears in the Crown, Youth and Magistrates courts on behalf of defendants across a broad spectrum of offences.


Tamasin undertook undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at the University of Oxford before going on to spend a decade in academia researching, lecturing and tutoring in Anthropology. Her specialisation is the study of luxury goods from pre-Republican and Republican Roman Italy and the evolution of Roman society.

BPTC, University of Law
LL.B., University of Law
LL.M., Professional Legal Practice, University of Law – specialising in the law surrounding the encryption and decryption of data


The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn
Criminal Bar Association
Administrative Law Bar Association

Further Professional Information

The ICLR Pupillage Award 2019


In her spare time Tamasin runs a branch of the Young Archaeologists Club for students aged 9-18 who are interested in archaeology, palaeontology and local history. She also enjoys mountain hiking, skiing and ballroom dancing.