Rosie is a College of Law LPC graduate, having converted her previous studies via the GDL. Her first degree was Business and Information Management followed by a Masters in Globalisation and Development, which led to a career within the public and charitable sector. Rosie studied law as a way of furthering her social objectives, because she wanted to learn a skill that could be used to directly help individuals.
In the past, Rosie has worked for the National Probation Service and Sue Ryder. She worked at Shelter Legal Services for 5 years, supporting litigation for vulnerable clients facing homelessness and repossession. The demise of Legal Aid prompted Rosie to take a different route towards a career serving the public, by working as an Ombudsman. In this role, she can use her academic knowledge and legal experience to assist consumers and retailers in reaching conciliation.