Tamasin is currently doing pupillage at Lamb Building, a long-established common law set located in the Temple with an annexe in the centre of Brighton.

Tamasin attended the Abbey School in Reading before completing undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Oxford.  She spent a decade in academia, her specialist areas of research being the study of luxury objects from pre-Republican and Republican Roman Italy and the evolution of Roman society, but a desire to find a practical application for her skills led her to undertake the Graduate Diploma in Law at the University of Law in Guildford.  While completing the Bar Professional Training Course at the University of Law in Birmingham, she volunteered as a McKenzie friend for the National Centre for Domestic Violence.

Prior to starting pupillage, she completed an LL.M, also with the University of Law, specialising in the law surrounding the encryption and decryption of data. She is hoping to develop a diverse common law practice at Lamb Building with an emphasis on crime but also incorporating family and civil work.