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Grace Benton


Public Law and Human Rights

Grace is a solicitor in our Public Law and Human Rights team.

She trained in our Public Law and Human Rights team, assisting with judicial review challenges and civil claims against public authorities. She has worked with members of the team on behalf of individuals falsely accused by the Home Office of cheating on a TOEIC English language test, and on public law, regulatory and discrimination matters.

Grace has undertaken casework on behalf of care leavers, asylum seekers and victims of trafficking provided with inadequate accommodation and support, as well as individuals seeking advice regarding police cautions and criminal records.

Education and career
  • Grace graduated from the University of Oxford in 2010 with a BA in History
  • She holds an MA from SOAS, University of London and a Graduate Diploma in Law from City, University of London
  • Before joining Bindmans, Grace worked for a number of advice charities and then as a paralegal specialising in public law and community care. She moved into law after a previous career in journalism and communications