Grace Lawson practices as a Barrister in Queensland. Her practice includes family law, personal injury law, and employment law.
Grace graduated from the University of Adelaide with an Honours Degree of Bachelor of Laws in 2002 and practiced as a solicitor before being called to the bar in 2013. She appears in State and Federal jurisdictions, in various courts, tribunals and commissions. She appears in applications, at interim and procedural hearings, at trials, and in appeals. Grace also provides advice on prospects, evidence, and quantum in the areas of her expertise.
In addition, Grace authors for LexisNexis Australia, drafting complex court documents and Binding Financial Agreements for the family law team. She has a passion for teaching and uses her spare time as a Sessional Academic at the Queensland University of Technology Law School, tutoring in Dispute Resolution in the undergraduate degree, and teaching advocacy skills in the postgraduate Practical Legal Training Course.
Grace often speaks at seminars and conferences for lawyers on a range of topics such as current issues in family law, plain English for Lawyers, and effective trial advocacy.