Nimrod Amanuel
Henry Mitchell
Law Graduate
Jiashu Wang
Law Graduate
Rachel Stower
Chris Lin
Eamonn Carpenter
Sam Poulsen
Joel Whale
Special Counsel

Grace Kaggelis

Senior Associate

Grace solves legal and commercial problems in an innovative, practical and considered way. She strives to achieve the best possible outcome for clients through creative solutions that meet commercial needs.

Grace has a keen appreciation for learning and approaches her work with a positive and inquisitive manner. Through her outgoing, committed and empathetic approach, Grace enjoys collaborating with her team members and building meaningful relationships with clients.

As a corporate lawyer, Grace specialises in regulated and unregulated corporate mergers and acquisitions, general commercial advisory, and not-for-profit entity establishment and governance advisory. She has experience advising clients across a broad range of industries including food and agribusiness, technology, not-for-profit, and resources and renewables.

Prior to joining Hamilton Locke, Grace worked at McCullough Robertson Lawyers.


Corporate; General Commercial Advisory; Commercial Contracts; Mergers and Acquisitions; Not-for-profit Governance Advisory

  • Doyle’s Guide, Recognised Corporate & Commercial Law Rising Star  – 2022-2023
  • Bachelor of Laws – Griffith University
  • Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice – Griffith University
  • Admitted to practice in Queensland and High Court of Australia
  • Acted for the Seller on the sale of Medical Design Innovations Pty Ltd, a Brisbane based firm specialising in the design, manufacturing and installation of operating theatre equipment, intensive care units, critical care and other patient treatment areas.
  • Acted in for Great Northern Mining in relation to the sale of 100% of the shares in relation to a sapphire mine located in Emerald.
  • Advising in relation to the acquisition of several solar farms in Australia and the FIRB processes.

* The above representations were undertaken at a previous firm