Ramesh Rajalingam was called to the Bar in 2013 where he was awarded the Chris Gee QC Memorial Prize for excellence in the Barrister Practice Course.
Ramesh specialises in criminal law. He appears in a wide range of hearings across NSW and the ACT including drug offences, serious personal violence offences, murder, sex related offences and firearms offences. He also works in commissions and inquiries and was counsel assisting the Independent Commission Against Corruption in an inquiry relating to corruption in the non-government sector and by the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission in inquiries relating to police misconduct matters.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Ramesh worked as a research assistant to a Justice of the Supreme Court NSW and solicitor for the Aboriginal Legal Service in Broken Hill then in private practice in Sydney for four years.