Another alleged victim of Gail Hadfield-Grainger has come forward and provided another telephone recording of Gail Hadfield-Grainger ‘in action’.
In this recording, Gail Hadfield-Grainger is speaking in a derogatory way about another one of her clients (who legally should be protected by GDPR). Gail refers to this client as ‘an absolute tool‘.
To put some context to this recording, Gail Hadfield-Grainger had previously breached the personal data of the client that she is referring to, and was subsequently blocked by that person from the UK’s largest anti-police corruption Facebook group called “UK police corruption & misconduct… uncovered” of around 22,000 members.
Due to this, the self-proclaimed professional Lawyer, Gail, seemingly spat her dummy out to a client about the other client.
Remember, Hadfield Grainger & McNally, are NOT regulated. They pretend to be lawyers and have intentionally breached the personal data of clients. They are under investigation by the ICO and are facing legal action.
On her public Linked profile, Gail says
Passionate human rights advocate with a demonstrated history of working in the legal industry. Experienced in civil and criminal courts and tribunals. Worked in Multi-channel Marketing, and Business Development. Experienced in Microsoft office, management.
Turned my Passion to being a Strong legal professional with a Master’s degree focused in Criminal Justice from The University of Salford.
I would be keen to see the ‘demonstrated history working in the legal industry.
What experience she has with civil and criminal courts and tribunals?
What qualifies her as a strong legal professional?
Also, the history she posts excludes ‘painter and decorator’, which I understand was her trade before getting the 2nd class honours degree.
We wonder if any of her vague work histories relate to prior alleged drug offences.
Gail has a degree, just as tens’ of thousands of other people, some of who work in mackies (no disrespect). To be a professional lawyer or advocate, you need legal qualifications over and above a degree.