Rosie obtained a 2.1 in her law degree at the University of Sheffield and then went on to obtain her Legal Practice Course (LPC) with Distinction at Nottingham Law School. She qualified as a solicitor in November 2009 and has always specialised in personal injury cases, an area she finds interesting and rewarding.
Rosie deals with personal injury cases arising out of public liability, road traffic accidents and accidents at work. She also runs cases on behalf of estates or dependants of those who have suffered fatal injuries.
Rosie is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and is a Grade A specialist solicitor in the firm’s Quantum Team. In this role she delivers departmental training and specialist advice in relation to the valuation of claims.
Outside of the office, Rosie takes an active role in her local community, as a school governor and had run a children’s playgroup for a number of years.
Rosie is married with two young children. In her spare time, she enjoys horse riding and gardening.