Grace Flynn

Year of call: 2015

Grace Grace

Grace joined the Crime Team as a tenant in September 2017 following a pupillage under the supervision of Mark Worsley. She gained exposure to a wide range of criminal proceedings in both defence and prosecution work.

Grace is CPS Grade 2 panel advocate.

Grace grew up in Solihull, West Midlands. She obtained a first-class degree in French from Hertford College, Oxford University before taking up the law. She was then awarded an Inner Temple Major Scholarship which funded her studies at the University of Law, Birmingham.

Prior to starting pupillage, Grace received a Kalisher Trust Internship Award to work at the Criminal Cases Review Commission from September 2015 to February 2016. She then worked at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg for five months. Her role in the Court's Press and Information Office included liaising with journalists and EU citizens.


For further information and enquiries please contact:

Crime: Lucy Northeast & Grant Bidwell


  • CPS Grade 2 panel advocate


  • Kalisher Trust Internship Award
  • Inner Temple Major Scholarship
  • BPTC, University of Law (Birmingham)
  • Graduate Diploma in Law, University of Law (Birmingham)
  • French (First Class), Hertford College, University of Oxford

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