Grace Hallewell

Grace was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in December 2019 following the completion of her Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts majoring in Chinese Language Studies and Psychology. Following her admission to the Supreme Court, Grace also gained admission to the High Court of Australia in 2020. Grace has experience across a variety of legal practice areas including criminal, migration, litigation and family law working in both governmental departments and private practice. Grace has practised exclusively in the areas of Family Law and Domestic Violence since October 2019.

Grace is passionate about helping people navigate through what may be the most difficult times in their lives and aims to assist her clients navigate the sometimes confusing world of Family Law. She has a particular interest in assisting clients in the Domestic and Family Violence sphere. In 2020, Grace was accredited as a Duty Lawyer with Legal Aid Queensland and has spent considerable time advising and representing clients at the Southport, Beenleigh, Holland Park and Coolangatta Magistrates Courts. Grace prides herself on her ability to support her clients through difficult situations with empathy, understanding and professionalism.

Grace joined the Family Law team at Ramsden Lawyers in January of 2021. Since this time, she has assisted with both property and parenting matters, and is the main contact for all Domestic Violence clients. Grace strives to deliver a tailored and compassionate approach to her family law clients and has developed a particular interest in complex parenting matters. She understands that each client matter is completely unique and deserves the same amount of meticulous attention in order to identify the best way to resolve issues quickly and cost effectively.

A Gold Coast local, Grace was born on the Gold Coast and loves all things involving the sun and the ocean.