Tarlun graduated from the University of Liverpool with a first class law degree and was awarded the Gossage Scholarship for the Strongest Academic Performance of the Year. Tarlun completed the Bar Professional Training Course with a Very Competent at Manchester Metropolitan University.
A personal injury and industrial disease expert, Tarlun worked as a Litigation Executive in a local and award-winning solicitors’ firm, representing clients with noise induced hearing loss arising from exposure at the workplace. Tarlun subsequently worked as a Legal Assistant to a silk where she assisted in multi-million pound claims for catastrophic injuries including those affecting the brain and spinal cord.
Tarlun is familiar with cases involving:-
- Noise induced hearing loss
- Catastrophic brain and neck injuries
- Occupational asthma
- Road traffic accidents, employers’ liability and public liability cases
- Clinical negligence, including defective hip replacements
Having undertaken a civil law pupillage in Cardiff, Tarlun is developing her practice in Personal Injury Law, particularly industrial disease and clinical negligence.
Tarlun has appeared on behalf of Claimants and Defendants in Small Claims and Fast Track hearings, including those involving road traffic accidents, credit hire claims and manual handling operations. Tarlun has regularly been instructed to advise on infant settlements.Book BarristerBack to top
Employment Law is a growing interest of Tarlun’s as she develops a busy junior practice at the Bar. During pupillage, she researched the definition of “disability” within the scope of the Equality Act 2010 and was actively involved in a whistleblowing case where disclosure was made to Natural Resources Wales.
Tarlun is familiar with all aspects of employment law, including whistleblowing, constructive unfair dismissal, discrimination (age, religion, gender, disability, ethnicity) and equal pay.Book BarristerBack to top
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Whilst practising in Cardiff, Tarlun frequently attended Newport Immigration Tribunal and successfully applied for bail on behalf of foreign nationals held in UK detention centres.
Tarlun also worked with “Asylum Justice”, a charitable trust that provides free legal services to asylum seekers and refugees.
Tarlun represented a young Syrian national who faced deportation by the Home Office who believed he was Egyptian. On appeal, Tarlun persuaded the First-Tier Tribunal that the decision was wrong and the deportation order was overruled.
Tarlun successfully challenged the Home Office’s decision to refuse a human rights claim brought by a Pakistani national. The Applicant was married to a British citizen; had been residing in the UK for five years and assisted his wife in caring for her disabled brother. The Employment Judge allowed the Appeal on the basis that deportation amounted to breach of Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights (right to private and family life).Book BarristerBack to top