- BSc (First Class Honours) Politics and Sociology, University of Bristol
- GDL, BPP University Law School
- BPTC, BPP University Law School
Rose accepts instructions across all areas of Chambers’ work, having joined Chambers in 2023 following successful completion of her pupillage under the supervision of Christian Howells, Catrin John and Peter Donnison.
In civil law, Rose accepts instructions up to the fast track on allocation through to trial and is regularly instructed in PI, contract, and banking and finance matters. She also regularly conducts advisory and documentary review work. Rose further accepts instructions in public law matters with experience of inquests, public inquiries and judicial reviews.
In criminal law, Rose regularly appears in the Crown and Magistrates courts across South Wales prosecuting and defending from first hearing through to trial. The plethora of offences that Rose has worked with include cases involving the supply of Class A drugs, violent and sexual offences, assaults against emergency workers and driving offences. She also takes instructions in POCA proceedings. Rose is currently applying to become a CPS Level 2 Prosecutor.
In family law, Rose represents all parties from first hearings through to final hearings in public and private children law. Rose has successfully obtained Non-Molestation, Occupation, and Prohibited Steps orders for clients and has dealt with complicated matters including allocation, internal relocation and guardianship. She regularly handles cases involving serious domestic violence.
Prior to joining chambers, Rose obtained a First Class Bachelor of Science degree in Politics and Sociology from the University of Bristol. She was awarded a major scholarship from The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn and two scholarships from BPP University to study the GDL and the Bar. Prior to pupillage, Rose worked in France for a tech start-up and was a volunteer advisor at the social security tribunal (FRU) and the Sutton Trust.