“I would like to say a personal thank you Grace for your efficient professional work in the case that you carried out for me. You were not only a effective professionals but amazing in how you dealt with me and the moral support you offered me at all times, especially since this case was extremely difficult due to the restrictions arising due to the pandemic and also my lack of English. However, we overcame that thanks to Grace’s brilliant help as a translator at all times of the proceeding. I felt very supported at all times by you, and that is why I will never forget your exemplary work. I thank you eternally for your work and how you treated me.”
Grace Bradley studied law and German at Glasgow University and the Johannes Gutenberg University, Germany. She is dual qualified in both Scots and English law, and previously practised law at a top family law firm in Scotland. She joined The Family Law Company in 2009 and offers local expertise with an international outlook. Grace is a keen linguist; she has worked for law firms in Germany and Argentina and is conversant in both German and Spanish, which she puts to good use in her practice.
Grace offers clear and focused advice, and her commitment and dedication to her clients are often praised by fellow legal professionals and clients alike. She always goes the extra mile to achieve the best result for her clients. She works in both private children law and financial matters, and has a wealth of experience representing privately funded and legal aid clients in the UK and abroad. She has a particular interest in cases involving international issues and foreign jurisdictions, including Scottish/English cases.
Grace is tenacious in tackling difficult cases. She specialises in child abduction and ‘honour-based violence’ cases, and has acted in a number of widely reported cases. She acted for the mother of 12-year-old Molly Campbell who was taken to Pakistan from Scotland, a case that involved novel issues of law. Grace also represented the Spanish father in an abduction case where her language skills were key in achieving success for the client. During a difficult honour based violence reported case, Grace was especially commended by the High Court Judge for her hard work and professionalism.
In 2015, Grace was one of only four solicitors shortlisted nationally for Family Law Associate Solicitor of the Year in the highly regarded Jordan’s Family Law Awards. She is a panel member of Reunite and of the International Child Abduction and Contact Unit (the panel to which the Ministry of Justice refer abduction cases). She is also a volunteer at a local contact centre in Exeter.
RE N (a minor) (2014) EWHC 749 (Fam)
P v D & Ors (2014) EWHC 2355
- Winner of the Devon and Somerset Law Society Awards 2017
- Qualified Law Transfer Test (2009)
- LLB (Hons with German)
- Diploma in Law
- Member of Law Society of Scotland and England
- Member of Resolution