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“Excellent, approachable and an outstanding advocate.”
Legal 500 
“Thorough, bright and a pleasure to work with.”
Legal 500 
“She demonstrates particular expertise in unfair dismissal and discrimination claims. “She has helped us to obtain very good results, employing novel and innovative arguments.”
Chambers UK Bar Guide
“An intellectual who thinks outside the box.”
Grace graduated with a law degree from Trinity College, University of Cambridge where she was awarded a Part 1A Tripos Prize and Whittaker Scholarship. She was called to the Bar by Lincoln’s Inn in 2005 as a Hardwick Scholar.
Grace has a mixed common law practice, with particular specialisms in Employment law, Civil and Family law.
Grace is recommended in Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 for her work in Employment law.
She acts for individuals, companies and local authorities in a wide range of cases including unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, breach of contract, working time, redundancy, Equal Pay and discrimination claims, including discrimination on grounds of philosophical belief. She has a particular interest in sex and age discrimination claims.
Grace has acted in a number of high profile cases for both employers and employees, including:
Grace also has a strong advisory practice, which is complemented by her health and safety at work expertise, including stress at work and personal injury claims.
In addition, Grace regularly lectures on Employment law for CLT, leading Employment solicitors in London and Manchester and has lectured on civil law for the Kent Law Society.
Grace is a member of the ELBA.
Civil/Health and Safety at Work
Grace regularly acts for both Claimants and Defendants in fast and multi-track cases, including life-altering injuries and stress at work claims. She has a particular expertise in health and safety at work cases, including construction sites, factories and warehouses.
Grace also has experience in respect of contractual disputes and landlord and tenant. Grace successfully appeared in the Court of Appeal in respect of a leasehold service charge dispute in which she acted for the freeholder. (Freeholders of 69 Marina v Oram and Ghoorun  EWCA Civ 1258).
Stemming from her busy civil and health and safety practice, Grace represents and advises interested persons at Coroner’s Inquests.
Notable cases include:
Grace has a busy family law practice including private law, leave to remove and public law care work in the Family Proceedings Court, County Court, Principal Registry and High Court.
Notable cases include:
Public Access Scheme
Grace Cullen is qualified to accept direct instructions from members of the public under the Public Access Scheme.
Information about the Public Access Scheme and how it works can be found on our Public Access page.
Certain specific Public Access services are subject to price and service transparency regulatory requirements. By clicking the link below you will be directed to the required information for those specific categories of work in respect of which Grace accepts instructions.
Grace Cullen and Ian Rees Phillips present Employment Law Update sessions during October
Central Law Training continue to deliver a number of employment law training courses across the country during 2018. Grace Cullen and Ian Rees Phillips will present more sessions this month. Forthcoming dates in October: Grace Cullen – 15 October 2018– Birmingham Grace Cullen – 17 ...read more
Litigation and Dispute Resolution Annual Conference 2018
Kent Law Society together with Six Pump Court are hosting the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Annual Conference 2018 which will take place on Tuesday 13th November in Rochester. This Conference will cover all of the important developments in the principal areas of law, practice and procedure ...read more
Six Pump Court joins Pro Bono Connect
Members of Six Pump Court have joined the Pro Bono Connect scheme. The scheme aims to establish a network of barristers and solicitors willing to work together on pro bono cases in civil matters for individuals, charities and community groups who cannot afford to pay for legal advice/representation ...read more