Rosie has been working in Personal Injury Law since 2013. Starting out as a receptionist and then paralegal, she worked full-time and undertook a Bachelor of Laws at Curtin University, completing it in 2019. Rosie was admitted as a Lawyer in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in March 2020.
In her previous roles Rosie assisted people injured in motor vehicle accidents, including those who were catastrophically injured, obtain compensation.
Rosie now represents survivors of childhood sexual abuse in compensation claims against institutions or people who have failed them. She, like her other team members, is extremely passionate about this area of law and hopes to make a real difference by improving the experiences of survivors in the legal space.
Rosie is on the committee for the Australian Lawyers Alliance (WA Branch) and is on the Steering Committee to get a Human Rights Act enacted in Western Australia.
Outside of her work and committee activities Rosie enjoys keeping active and spending time at the beach.