Grace Rose Gwynne

Grace Rose Gwynne | PepTalk Expert Speaker
Grace Rose Gwynne | PepTalk Expert Speaker
Speaker, One of the UK's Youngest Barristers And Goal-Getter
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Grace Rose Gwynne | Speaker Biography

One of the UK's youngest barristers at age 21
Media broadcaster and advocate against sexism in law
Practices family law, personal injury, and clinical negligence

Birmingham-based barrister Grace Rose Gwynne is one of the youngest barristers in the UK after being called to the Bar at just 21 years old. Grace is a media broadcaster appearing regularly on TV, radio and podcasts and writing columns for national newspapers. Now aged just 28 Grace is working at one of the leading Chambers in the country where she practices family law, personal injury and clinical negligence.

She has also practised law in the US, where she worked as an attorney for several litigation firms specialising in criminal defence, most notably dealing with firearms offences and drug trafficking. The young, inspiring lawyer and TV broadcaster was propelled into the public eye after speaking out about the sexist and ageist prejudices she has experienced as a young female junior barrister working in a male-dominated profession.

Grace has recently delivered a Ted Talk about her experiences at the Bar called "Fighting For A Place In The Old Boys Club".Despite becoming an inspiring barrister at such a young age, it has not been an easy road for Grace – working in one of the most competitive professions in the world with thousands of applicants applying for each role, Grace has faced immense challenges and competition to reach where she is today. Now, taking these lessons of resilience to teams, Grace talks candidly about the drive, tenacity, ambition and motivation required to be the best of the best. Grace was the first person in her family to go to university and was not Oxbridge-educated. Her many challenges only made Grace even more determined to follow her dream and achieve it. 

Grace has proved that women can succeed in a male-dominated profession and advocates for more young female representation at the Bar. Grace is now writing a book about her experiences to encourage and inspire other young women to become barristers, too. Grace says: "I am writing this book for my 21-year-old self as a guidebook to give an insight into the realities of the Junior Bar. Despite the challenges and the hurdles I have faced, the Bar needs more young, talented women, and I am a huge advocate for that, and I will push that message as far as I can." 

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Grace Rose Gwynne offers your team an opportunity to learn from a trailblazer who embodies resilience, ambition, and success against the odds. Her insights on overcoming adversity in a competitive, male-dominated field will inspire and motivate, fostering a culture of determination and inclusivity in your business.

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