Imogen Gray (pupil)

Called 2021


Imogen studied Law with Politics at the University of Manchester and graduated with upper second class honours. She was later awarded two BPTC scholarships by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple.

During her studies, Imogen volunteered as a student legal advisor and gave free advice on different areas of law including contract, employment and probate.

Imogen gained exposure to commercial practice through her employment as a commercial real estate paralegal at DAC Beachcroft. In her role, she assisted with various property matters and worked with leading clients including pension funds, NHS Trusts and international brands.

Following the BPTC, Imogen worked as a property litigation paralegal at DTM Legal. She prepared pleadings, witness statements and conducted legal research. Imogen also acted as an advocate on behalf of the firm and represented clients at case management conferences, bankruptcy matters and possession hearings.

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In her role as a paralegal, Imogen assisted companies to bring claims for unpaid invoices. She also advised on the enforcement of costs orders and other practical aspects of debt recovery including tracing and the instruction of High Court Enforcement.

Imogen has extensive experience in both commercial and residential property matters.

At DAC Beachcroft, she assisted with large property transactions involving international clients and developers. As a real estate paralegal, she gained experience of traditional property work including the preparation of reports on title and draft lease documentation.

At DTM legal, Imogen assisted with all types of property litigation work including forfeiture, dilapidations, rent arrears, service charges, possession claims and disputes involving easements.

Imogen has experience of preparing pleadings at each stage of litigation including particulars of claim, defences, and ancillary applications such as relief from sanctions.


Imogen has acted in a number of possession matters and advised landlords on the recovery of residential properties from the service of notice stage through to final hearing. She then represented landlords at the possession hearing and prepared draft orders for the court.

Imogen also has experience within the social housing sector and was employed as a housing assistant and homelessness officer at the City of Lincoln Council. This experience means that she has a good understanding of the legal duties owed by local authorities to those at risk of homelessness. She also has experience of working with applicants with different vulnerabilities including mental illness, domestic violence and refugee status.

  • University of Manchester – Law with Politics (2:1)
  • University of Law – BPTC (Very Competent)
  • Melissa McDermott Scholarship – The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple (2019)
  • Blackstone Entrance Exhibition Award – The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple (2019)