Grace Khaile Oct 2023

Grace Khaile

Call 2020

"Grace is a strong advocate and all feedback from clients has been positive."

Adel Buckingham (Kingsbury Ellis)

"I have also instructed Ms Khaile on youth matters and complex matters involving psychiatric assessment reports. She has always taken every case in her stride, and instilled total confidence in my clients with her clear ability."

Joanna Schaefer (Russell Cooke)

"I am able to say that Grace is a very competent and able barrister who has shown that she can grasp a brief which is given to her. She is most certainly a fighter."

Abraar Ayaz (Advise wise solicitors)


Notable Crime cases

R v X [2023] Wood Green Crown Court

Represented a young man who pleaded guilty to 7 counts of burglary (non-dwelling). He was given 9-month sentences (concurrent) on each count suspended for 12 months, 100 hours unpaid work and 35 RAR days.

R v X [2023] Peterborough Crown Court

Represented a defendant who pleaded guilty to PWITS Class B (cannabis). At sentence the court imposed an 8-month custodial sentence suspended for 12 months with 200 hours in unpaid work.

R v X [2023] Colchester MC

Represented an army major charged with harassment, despite the Crown’s attempts to proceed with the trial without full compliance with disclosure the matter was adjourned and the full phone download in the matter provided to the defence.

R v X [2023] Basildon Crown Court

Represented a defendant charged with cultivation of cannabis (140 plants) over a 5 – year period and at sentence the court imposed an 18- month suspended sentence with RAR 10 days.

R v X [2023] Luton MC

Represented a schoolteacher charged with assault and harassment against his ex-wife. The Crown offered no evidence due to the substantial disclosure issues and she successfully opposed a non-conviction restraining order.

R v X [2022] Ealing MC

Represented a defendant charged with two counts of sexual assault after, cross-examination of the complainant (a police officer), Grace made a successful half time submission.

R v X [2022] Ealing MC

Represented a young client charged with attempted robbery and robbery. Following Grace’s cross-examination of the complainant who agreed that her client was not involved in the offences as per the CCTV footage, she made a successful half-time submission.

Royal Holloway University of London – History and International relations – dissertation on the role of women in terrorist organisations

The University of Law – GDL

The University of Law – Bar vocation course with an LLM – very competent

Scholarships – The Lord Diplock scholarship awarded by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple

Women In Criminal Law

Bar Human Rights Association

Criminal Bar Association

Honourable Society of the Middle Temple

The Young Middle Temple Bar Association

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