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Thea Grattidge

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Thea Grattidge qualified as a solicitor in March 2024 and prior to this she worked in the housing department at GT Stewart for over 3 years as both a paralegal and trainee. Before working at GT Stewart, she was a volunteer at the Bristol Law Centre supporting young people with social welfare issues ranging from benefits advice to homelessness.

She also volunteered throughout university with charities focusing on refugee and migrant rights. She has a particular passion for cases involving domestic abuse and has campaigned with the Public Interest Law Centre in relation to the gatekeeping faced by survivors seeking support from London housing authorities.

Thea represents clients with a range of vulnerabilities and barriers to accessing justice, including mental health issues, physical disability, and language difficulties. She is skilled at maintaining positive and productive relationships and will go extra lengths to achieve the best possible outcome for a client.

As a paralegal and trainee, Thea’s work focused on bringing challenging judicial review proceedings in the context of homelessness, suitability of accommodation and housing needs assessments. She was a fee earner in the case High Court case of R (On the Application of Princess Bell) v London Borough of Lambeth (2022) EWHC 2008 (Admin) which concerned an application for a mandatory order for provision of suitable accommodation after R (Elkundi) v Birmingham and R (Imam) v Croydon (2022) EWCA Civ 601.

Thea has a background in elite netball and previously represented England at U17 and U19 age groups. In her spare time, you will find Thea reading a book in Dulwich Park or working on her next upholstery project.

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