Grace has experience in a variety of commercial disputes, including worldwide freezing injunctions, shareholder disputes and major fraud cases.

Grace has acted for a diverse range of prominent clients, including international insurance companies, multinational pharmaceutical companies and high net worth individuals.


  • Acting on claims arising from alleged breaches of contract by commercial foreign exchange companies
  • Assisting with drafting a mediation statement for an alleged misrepresentation by a multinational financial services company
  • Helping obtain a worldwide freezing injunction, in favour of two Italian insurance companies
  • Being involved in a high-profile commission of inquiry into construction works at a major Hong Kong MTR station.


Grace studied Law at Durham University and completed her LPC at BPP Law School in Holborn. She trained at O’Melveny & Myers, which involved a six-month secondment in the firm’s Hong Kong office. Grace’s training contract involved seats in investment funds, corporate and litigation. She qualified as an associate in the litigation department at O’Melveny & Myers in August 2019.


Co-author, “Mandatory Mediation May Lie Ahead For England And Wales,” Law360 (January 2020)


Grace is a keen runner and netball player. She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends (which often involves trips to the pub).