Bharan Narula Barrister | Wardell Chambers Sydney


BSc(MED) at University of Technology, Sydney

LLB at University of Technology, Sydney

Exchange scholarship at University of Copenhagen and Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark



Bharan was admitted to practice in 2010 and called to the Bar in 2016. He accepts briefs in trial and appellate practice across civil and criminal jurisdictions.

Before coming to the Bar, Bharan appeared extensively for clients whilst working in criminal law at Nyman Gibson Stewart (as it then was), the Aboriginal Legal Service NSW/ACT and Legal Aid NSW. In these roles, he appeared in the Children’s Court, Local Court, District Court, State Parole Authority and the Supreme Court of NSW. Prior to this, he also worked as a paralegal in areas of corporate law, insolvency, intellectual property, shareholder agreements and general corporate advice.   Bharan attended the University of Copenhagen, Denmark on exchange scholarship and received distinctions in International Space law and Mathematics (Chaos Theory) at the Niels Bohr Institute. He also received a gold medal with his HSC score of 98% in 4-unit Extension II English.



Procedure in the State Parole Authority and how the parole process intersects with sentencing and bail in NSW. Available here.