About Grace

Grace qualified as a solicitor in May 2021 and joined Machins as an employment solicitor in August 2021.

She specialises in all aspects of employment law and prides herself on providing exceptional client care. Grace has a conscientious approach to her work and understands the importance of offering a pragmatic and commercial approach on employment law matters alongside technical expertise.

Before joining Machins, Grace studied LLB Law at Nottingham Trent University and completed her Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in London. She was offered her training contract with a local firm in Milton Keynes due to the dedication and diligence she displayed as a paralegal.


Latest news by Grace Alabi

An employee who felt she had to resign from her job because of the way she was treated after making protective disclosures has won her claim of unfair dismissal.

The case involved Oxford Said Business School v Heslop. Heslop had made protected disclosures to her manager concerning the lawfulness of the school’s actions in a procurement process, and potential over-charging and breach of contract in relation to a key client. The manager felt that the allegations were misconceived. Shortly after making those disclosures, Heslop

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