Call: 2017 (Solicitor), Bar: 2020 (Gray’s Inn)
Education: LL.B (Hons), PG Dip.

Practice Areas: Commercial – ChanceryPersonal Injury – Insolvency – Landlord & Tenant

Prior to joining chambers in August 2020, Rose practised as a Solicitor Advocate appearing in a wide range of civil matters in courts across much of England and Wales. She is based centrally in Staffordshire and her practice takes her nationwide.

Rose undertakes commercial work including contractual disputes, commercial debt recovery and fraud. She maintains a busy practice acting in consumer rights matters. She provides advisory, drafting and advocacy services to claimants and defendants in cases concerning consumer credit, sale of goods and the supply of services, flight delay, mis-selling, Plevin claims and professional negligence. She has particular expertise in defences of undue influence and duress.

Rose accepts instructions in all types of personal injury claims, with a particular emphasis on public and occupier’s liability, specialising in equestrian accidents. She can advise on all aspects of road traffic accident cases, including fraud and credit hire claims. She has also acted in appeals to the CICA, and accepts cases involving industrial disease, product liability, and employer’s liability including harassment. She can assist at joint settlement meetings, and conferences in person and by telephone with experts and clients. Rose is happy to consider conditional fee arrangements.

Rose acts in personal and commercial insolvency proceedings, including set aside of statutory demands, winding up and bankruptcy petitions and the annulment of bankruptcy orders.

Rose advises on all aspects of residential and commercial landlord and tenant disputes, acting for private and social landlords. She acts in matters concerning disrepair, Equality Act defences, suspension of warrants, lease forfeiture and trespass. Rose regularly acts for charitable housing associations on anti-social behaviour injunctions.

Rose frequently appears in costs proceedings, conducting CCMC’s and detailed assessments, and has substantial experience in costs disputes arising from the Claims Portal.

Rose has recently expanded her practice to encompass public law and accepts instructions in appeals arising from public authority decisions, including Local Education Authorities and the Department of Work and Pensions. She advocates in tribunal hearings at all levels and judicial review.

Rose provides seminars, training and advices on procedure to solicitors. She regularly contributes articles providing incisive commentary on developing areas of law.

Noted for working effectively with both the Court and her client, Rose has strong technical knowledge of civil litigation and is rigorous in her approach. She is skilled in drafting precise statements of case and swiftly resolving interlocutory applications.

To instruct Rose in private or publicly funded matters, please contact clerks@halcyonchambers.com.