Rose is a specialist in foreign jurisdiction law and is part of Thompsons Solicitors’ Personal Injury Team.
Rose has a masters degree in legal practice (LPC LLM) and manages claims, often for orthopaedic injuries, from their beginning right through to trial.
Due to the foreign legal systems and procedures involved, Rose’s work requires specialist expertise. This includes dealing with claims involving the Athens and Montreal conventions as well as employers, public and product liability, road traffic accident and package travel claims.
Rose finds using the law to achieve justice for people very rewarding, particularly when it involves protecting working people’s rights and interests.
Rose is proud to work for a law firm that is a leading legal adviser to the trade union and labour movement.
When not working, Rose enjoys horse riding, mountain hiking and photography and is an advocate against the Chinese dog meat trade. Rose has travelled to the country to volunteer with animal rescue charities, has adopted a meat trade dog from Shanghai and raises awareness of the issue on social media for charities.
ROSE’S CASE EXPERIENCE
Employers liability claim: Rose’s client was a flight attendant who was injured at work. Her client suffered a broken toe and soft tissue injuries. Rose secured £6,500 compensation for her client.
Rose is a graduate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX) and hopes to qualify as a solicitor in due course.