BA (Hons) LLB (Hons) (Melb)
Tammy Young is a highly experienced clerk and former barrister and solicitor.
Tammy Young is the founder and managing director of Young's List, which she founded in 2012. Tammy is a highly experienced clerk and former barrister and solicitor.
Prior to launching Young’s List in 2012, she gained extensive experience in commercial and taxation litigation at the Victorian Bar and in commercial law and litigation at large and mid-sized law firms. Tammy also served as an Associate to a judge of the Federal Court of Australia. Her diverse background and extensive experience allows her to understand the needs of each client, recommend the best barrister for each case and efficiently assist solicitors and barristers. Under Tammy’s leadership, Young’s List has become a respected and successful independent boutique list of professionals, supported by a dedicated clerking team committed to excellent service.
If you are an experienced barrister or currently enrolled in the Victorian Bar Readers’ Course, we invite you to apply to join Young’s List.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and CV addressed to List Chair Robert Heath KC and Tammy Young via email to [email protected]. Please submit your application as a single PDF. If you have any questions or would like further information, please get in touch with Tammy via email or phone at 03 9225 6367.
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For assistance selecting a barrister on Young’s List or for any questions about the list, please contact our clerks. Our clerks will consult with you on the brief, provide barrister recommendations and availability, and discuss fee information and billing arrangements. Utilising their extensive knowledge of each barrister’s practice, our clerks will recommend the most suitable barrister for your case based on the nature of the legal issue, required expertise, client budget, necessary seniority, and availability.