Grace Boorer

Year of call 2016

CClerk

Lee Jennings
0207 269 0303 Email Lee

Grace joined Chambers following the successful completion of her pupillage. Prior to commencing pupillage Grace worked as a County Court Advocate. She conducted over 450 civil hearings, including small claims, infant settlements, summary judgments and strike out applications. The scope of her work ranged from contractual disputes to personal injury matters.

Grace completed a Law degree at the University of Bristol in 2015. She was called to the Bar in 2016 in the top 10 of her cohort, having achieved a grade of ‘Outstanding’.

She was awarded a major scholarship and Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award from Inner Temple. During her BPTC year Grace was a member of the Inner Temple team who represented England at the International Telders Moot Court Competition in The Hague.


Grace acts for both Claimants and Respondents in preliminary and final hearings in the Employment Tribunal. Her recent Tribunal work includes successfully representing a Respondent in a multi-day unfair dismissal and discrimination case.

During her pupillage she assisted her supervisor in preparing for a complex whistleblowing case. She also gained experience of the commercial aspects of employment law, including breach of contract claims, and internal investigations on behalf of employers.

Grace accepts instructions to draft and advise on the full range of employment matters. Her recent advisory work includes wrongful and unfair dismissal, redundancy issues, notice and holiday pay and discrimination.


Grace regularly appears in fast track trials on behalf of both Claimants and Defendants, involving road traffic accidents, occupier’s liability and accidents at work. She is also frequently instructed to attend interim applications, draft pleadings and advise on liability and quantum.

Grace has also represented parties in CCMCs in multi-track cases and appeared on behalf of interested parties in Inquests.


Grace accepts instructions through the GLD junior junior scheme.

She is currently instructed by the GLD to undertake work in relation to Windrush Compensation Scheme. She has also been instructed to assist with the Independent Inquiry set up to review the circumstances surrounding the malpractice of surgeon Ian Paterson.

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Grace joined Chambers following the successful completion of her pupillage. Prior to commencing pupillage Grace worked as a County Court Advocate. She conducted over 450 civil hearings, including small claims, infant settlements, summary judgments and strike out applications. The scope of her work ranged from contractual disputes to personal injury matters.

Grace completed a Law degree at the University of Bristol in 2015. She was called to the Bar in 2016 in the top 10 of her cohort, having achieved a grade of ‘Outstanding’.

She was awarded a major scholarship and Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award from Inner Temple. During her BPTC year Grace was a member of the Inner Temple team who represented England at the International Telders Moot Court Competition in The Hague.


Grace acts for both Claimants and Respondents in preliminary and final hearings in the Employment Tribunal. Her recent Tribunal work includes successfully representing a Respondent in a multi-day unfair dismissal and discrimination case.

During her pupillage she assisted her supervisor in preparing for a complex whistleblowing case. She also gained experience of the commercial aspects of employment law, including breach of contract claims, and internal investigations on behalf of employers.

Grace accepts instructions to draft and advise on the full range of employment matters. Her recent advisory work includes wrongful and unfair dismissal, redundancy issues, notice and holiday pay and discrimination.


Grace regularly appears in fast track trials on behalf of both Claimants and Defendants, involving road traffic accidents, occupier’s liability and accidents at work. She is also frequently instructed to attend interim applications, draft pleadings and advise on liability and quantum.

Grace has also represented parties in CCMCs in multi-track cases and appeared on behalf of interested parties in Inquests.


Grace accepts instructions through the GLD junior junior scheme.

She is currently instructed by the GLD to undertake work in relation to Windrush Compensation Scheme. She has also been instructed to assist with the Independent Inquiry set up to review the circumstances surrounding the malpractice of surgeon Ian Paterson.

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