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Farrah Mauladad

Call 1999

"Very experienced and excellent on her feet."
(Chambers & Partners UK Bar 2019)

Inquests & Public Inquiries

Farrah regularly appears for insurers, NHS Trusts, Clinicians and families in inquests where issues of unlawful killing, suicide, neglect and the application of Article 2 of the ECHR have arisen. Notably, she was instructed in inquest into the deaths of:

  • Iris Day (2018) – representing the family of baby ID who dies as a result of the failure to refer her to a specialist children’s hospital who were familiar with her cardiac condition.
  • William Goldbourn (2014) – representing the ambulance trust in a death involving the NHS 111 and 999 systems.
  • David Hagan (2014) – the deceased absconded from hospital and killed himself.
  • Elisha Langley (2013) – EL was born with severe learning disabilities, dysmorphic syndrome and scoliosis. She was unable to speak and required full time care. At age 20 she underwent surgery to remove a cyst and developed an infection which penetrated her skull and caused a brain damage leading to her death. Farrah was instructed by the family.
  • Andrew Hall (2013) – AH committed suicide whilst in prison. Farrah was instructed on behalf of the Trust responsible for mental health services in the prison.
  • Iris Alison Pearson (2013) – the deceased was prescribed ten times the dose of intravenous heparin required. Farrah was instructed by the Trust.
  • Christy Ruddell (2012) – CR, aged two, was killed by his mother during a psychotic episode. Farrah represented two of the Trusts the mother had contact with prior to the death.
  • Naomi Bryant (2011) – a prisoner released on license murdered NB soon after released. Farrah represented one of the forensic psychologists involved in the prisoner’s release.
  • Georgia Hollick (2006) – GH, who was nine months, choked at nursery. Farrah represented the family of GH.

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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


“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

“Simply a very polished barrister who gets good outcomes, often exceeding expectations.”

Legal 500, 2015

“Very capable and organised, and knows her facts inside out.”

Chambers & Partners, 2014

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