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The 36 Group
The 36 Group


‘Careful and clear submissions … skilfully addressed’ – B & H (Children) [2009] EWCA Civ 228. Kate Grieve is a family lawyer with a background in a broad range of human rights work. Miss Grieve undertakes care work for parents, grandparents as parties and interveners, local authorities and the official solicitor from the FPC to the High Court encompassing issues of sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect and domestic violence. Her private law practice encompasses domestic violence, neglect and abuse, implacable hostility, 9.5 guardians and serious allegations leading to intervention from local authorities acting for parents and public authorities alike. Miss Grieve is assisted in both her public and private family law work by an expertise in human rights law effecting families including homelessness, asylum and immigration, education and mental health. Kate’s ancillary relief practice includes low and medium money the under the MCA as well as transfer of secure tenancies (no money cases) under the FLA. She also undertakes injunctive relief cases of domestic violence under the FLA. Reported cases: (1) B & H (Children) [2009] EWCA Civ 228 (2) KATUWALL v Secretary of State for the Home Department (2009) IA/10650/2009.


Called 2006; Lincoln’s Inn; director of 36 Bedford Row Ltd.


Young Legal Aid Lawyers; Family Law Bar Association.


University of Victoria, Canada (1994 BFA (Hons) First Class); Chelsea College of Art (2000 MA (Commendation) Arts and Humanities Research Board Scholar); City University (2005 CPE (Commendation), 2006 BVC (Commendation), Lincolns’ Inn Scholar).

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Kate Grieve

The 36 Group

Is a measured and calm advocate who can find solutions to benefit all parties.