Rose works in the Public Inquiries Team at Saunders Law, acting for core participants in the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry and the Infected Blood Inquiry, whilst also working on inquests and associated litigation.
Rose spent her early career dedicated addressing issues of social justice, upholding and raising awareness of rights, and addressing the shortcomings of law. Prior to joining Saunders Law, Rose worked on law reform as a research assistant at the Law Commission of England and Wales, and assisted in the management and development of legal pro bono projects as a fellow at the UCL Centre for Access to Justice.
In addition, she has volunteered for charities internationally in Panama and South Africa and multiple charities and civil society organisations nationally. This includes working on housing and welfare benefits cases at the UCL Legal Advice Clinic in Newham, and domestic violence and family law cases at a law clinic in Panama. Rose worked as an intern at United Nations House Scotland, where she assisted in the organisation of events focused on global issues such as climate change and the Syrian refugee crisis, and represented UNA Scotland at a youth summit at the United Nations in Geneva. She also wrote articles on human rights, the rights of women and girls, and social welfare as a writer for EachOther (formerly RightsInfo).
Rose graduated with First Class Honours in Law (LLB) from the University of Bristol and Distinction in International Human Rights Law (LLM) from the University of Edinburgh. Her research has been selected for presentation at three conferences, and her postgraduate dissertation on the legal obligations of states and corporations in relation to modern slavery in corporate supply chains was published in the UCL Journal for Law and Jurisprudence.