" A star in the making," who has "the ability and judgement of somebody far more senior than herself."
Rose is an up and coming junior with a busy chancery practice. She is ranked as “Up and Coming” in Chambers and Partners High Net Worth 2022 and as a “Rising Star” in Legal 500 2023. Rose has experience in traditional trusts litigation (both onshore and offshore), probate claims, Court of Protection litigation (property and affairs), family provision (in particular claims by spouses), and removal of trustees and executors. Recent and current cases include the trial of a high value proprietary estoppel claim, an application to remove a protector of a group of high value offshore family trusts, a substantial offshore trust restructuring, and an offshore dispute concerning the interpretation and validity of a will trust. Rose’s recent reported cases include Gladstone v White  EWHC 329 (Ch) and Almond v Goff  EWHC 1703 (Ch).
Rose graduated from Magdalen College, Oxford in 2014 with a First in Classics. While at Oxford, she was awarded the Roberts-Gawen special scholarship for her performance in Honour Moderations. Rose then went on to obtain a Distinction in the GDL and an Outstanding on the BPTC at City University, as well as being awarded the Peter Taylor scholarship, Inner Temple’s top award for the BPTC.
Rose welcomes instructions in all areas in which Chambers practises. Rose is also a qualified ADR Group civil and commercial mediator