Tamsin frequently undertakes personal injury claims, advising on quantum and conducting contested trials. She has worked on litigation involving liability to customers for accidents in public premises, and other tort based proceedings. She also has considerable experience of road traffic litigation having acted for both Claimants and Defendants.
Tamsin has advised on contractual disputes concerning a range of subjects and relationships, and continues to develop her experience in this field.
Tamsin also has a private family law practice involving contact and residence disputes, including emergency orders, and serious allegations of domestic violence.
She has considerable expertise of service charge disputes in both the County Court and the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal, predominantly acting for residents' associations. She also defends possession proceedings and frequently advises on forfeiture and long-lease obligations.
Before concentrating on civil litigation, Tamsin developed her advocacy skills at the Criminal Bar, appearing regularly in the Crown Court for both the Prosecution and the Defence.
Tamsin obtained an honours degree in Biological Sciences while studying for her law degree.
She enjoys reading, particularly about historical events, and maintains an interest in medieval architecture.
She is a member of the Medico-Legal society and the Royal Society of Medicine.