Grace Morgan


Barrister

Admitted:
11 Dec 2007
Bar:
25 Oct 2012
Location:
Room 0930, Gorman Chambers,
Level 9 460 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Grace Morgan appears as counsel in criminal proceedings, including:

  • Trials in the County and Supreme Courts;
  • Criminal appeals before the Court of Appeal and the High Court;
  • Judicial review in the Supreme Court;
  • County Court appeals;
  • Committal proceedings in the Magistrates Court; and
  • Bail and plea hearings at all levels of the Court hierachy.

 

Grace is a Victoria Legal Aid Criminal Trial preferred barrister and holds a Victorian Bar Indictable Crime Certificate.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Grace worked as a solicitor advocate for Robert Stary Lawyers. During her seven years of work with the firm, she built her reputation managing complex defence cases in the higher courts.

Grace has a particular interest in Commonwealth criminal law, and has appeared as defence counsel in a number of complex terrorism, foreign incursion, drug and money laundering prosecutions. She has also appeared in the security division of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, on behalf of persons seeking a review of passport cancellation. 

    AREAS OF PRACTICE

    Criminal Law
    Family Law
    Industrial Relations Law & Employment Law
    Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
    Public Law & Administrative Law

    Profile1

    Grace Morgan appears as counsel in criminal proceedings, including:

    • Trials in the County and Supreme Courts;
    • Criminal appeals before the Court of Appeal and the High Court;
    • Judicial review in the Supreme Court;
    • County Court appeals;
    • Committal proceedings in the Magistrates Court; and
    • Bail and plea hearings at all levels of the Court hierachy.

     

    Grace is a Victoria Legal Aid Criminal Trial preferred barrister and holds a Victorian Bar Indictable Crime Certificate.

    Prior to coming to the Bar, Grace worked as a solicitor advocate for Robert Stary Lawyers. During her seven years of work with the firm, she built her reputation managing complex defence cases in the higher courts.

    Grace has a particular interest in Commonwealth criminal law, and has appeared as defence counsel in a number of complex terrorism, foreign incursion, drug and money laundering prosecutions. She has also appeared in the security division of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, on behalf of persons seeking a review of passport cancellation.