Foreign jurisdiction specialist Rose is part of Thompsons Solicitors’ Personal Injury Team and is based in Manchester.

Handling cases throughout the North West, paralegal Rose is responsible for a fast-track personal injury caseload involving a foreign jurisdiction element.

With a masters degree in legal practice (LLM LPC), Rose manages cases that often involve orthopaedic injuries from inception through to trial. 

Rose’s work requires specialist expertise due to the different legal systems and procedures involved. This includes handling claims involving the Montreal and Athens conventions as well as package travel, road traffic accident and employers, public and product liability claims.

Being able to use the law to secure justice for people is very rewarding for Rose, especially when it involves protecting the rights and interests of working people.

Rose is proud of Thompsons’ position as the country’s leading law firm for injury victims.

Outside of work, Rose enjoys mountain hiking, photography and horse riding and is an advocate fighting against the Chinese dog meat trade. As well as travelling to China to volunteer with animal rescue charities, Rose has adopted her own Chinese meat trade dog from Shanghai and helps charities through the use of social media by raising awareness. 


Employers liability claim: Rose represented a flight attendant who was injured in the course of her employment duties. Her client sustained soft tissue injuries and a broken toe. Rose secured a £6,500 settlement for her client. 


Rose is a graduate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX) and hopes to qualify as a solicitor in due course.