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Farrah Mauladad KC

Call 1999 • KC 2021

"An unflappable barrister who manages difficult clients, witnesses and opposing counsel exceptionally well."
(Legal 500, 2021)

Personal Injury

Farrah has almost twenty years experience in general personal injury litigation. She now has three main areas of specialism in which she is regularly instructed:

  • Catastrophic injury claims
  • Stress at work claims
  • Abuse claims

Selected Cases

  • Williams v Securitas Ltd (2021) – Alleged bullying and harassment and conspiracy claim. Acting for the Defendant in a trial due to be heard in August 2021.
  • Armstrong v Cook (2020) – Acting for the Defendant insurer in a road traffic case where the Claimant was subsequently discharged from hospital without adequate anti-coagulation. The Claimant subsequently developed a pulmonary embolism leading to a heart attack and brain damage.
  • Various Claimants v Leicestershire Police (2020) – Acted on behalf of the Defendant forces in settlement meetings involving Claimants who had allegedly suffered psychiatric injury as a result of working in the Child Sexual Exploitation Unit.
  • JC v Staffordshire County Council (2020) – Acted for the Defendant Council in the claim brought by the deceased’s dependents for damages caused by her suicide allegedly caused by stress at work. Claim compromised.
  • KL v North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service (2020) – Acted for the Defendant in a case brought by the Claimant fire fighter alleged bullying and harassment.  Claim compromised.  
  • KM v Durham County Council (2019) Acted for the Defendant Council in a stress at work case.
  • AA v Birmingham City Council (2018) – Claim for damages in excess of £1 million for psychiatric injury allegedly caused by occupational stress, bullying and harassment. The Claimant only recovered about £10,000 for an exacerbation of a pre-existing condition. All allegations of bullying and harassment were dismissed.
  • Easton v B&Q PLC [2015] EWHC Civ 880 (QB) – Claim for damages in the region of £1 million for psychiatric injury caused by occupational stress.
  • Hodges v Aegis Defence Services (BVI) Ltd [2014] EWCA Civ 1449 – Construction of insuring provisions within contract of engagement following the death of the claimant’s husband whilst providing security services in Iraq.
  • Davidson v Aegis Defence Services (BVI) Ltd [2013] EWCA Civ 1586 – Important appellate authority on s.33 of the Limitation Act 1980 and its application to a personal injury claim arising from the conflict in Iraq.
  • Clark v Havering London Borough Council & Anor [2007] EWHC 3427 (QB)
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  • R G Lawson Prize for highest mark in Public International Law
  • LLB, University of Manchester


  • Professional Negligence Bar Association
  • Personal Injury Bar Association
  • London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association


“She takes a forensic approach when dealing with complex medical matters and in cross-examination at trial.” “She’s great on her feet.”

Chambers & Partners, 2022

“She gets to the crux of a matter with minimal fuss. Excellent on her feet, tenacious and articulate.”

Legal 500, 2022

“An unflappable barrister who manages difficult clients, witnesses and opposing counsel exceptionally well.”

Legal 500, 2021

“She has a very calm and collected demeanour which she uses to her advantage at hearings and in mediations.”; “Her attention to detail is impeccable. She’s also strong on her feet, really reassuring with clients and always well prepared.”

Chambers & Partners, 2021

“An excellent barrister who is very approachable.”

Chambers & Partners, 2020

“Very impressive in conference with clients and clearly experienced in this field.”

Chambers & Partners, 2018

“A strong advocate who knows her stuff.”

Chambers & Partners, 2018


Legal 500, 2017

‘Utilises facts to the client’s best advantage’

Legal 500, 2016

“She is a very calm and clear advocate who has excellent vision.”

Chambers & Partners, 2016

“She is extremely clever and well organised.”

Chambers & Partners, 2016

“She’s uber-organised, exceptionally efficient, and always has the facts at her fingertips. She’s really good with clients – they trust her implicitly.”

Chambers & Partners, 2015

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