Senior Solicitor
BA, LLB (Hons)

Current practice

Rose conducts litigation on behalf of the State of Victoria in all State jurisdictions.  Rose specialises in civil claims against the State of Victoria and police officers and coronial inquests.

Rose represents and provides legal advice to a broad range of government clients, including Victoria Police, Corrections Victoria, the Attorney General's Office and the Department of Human Services.


After graduating from Monash University in 2011, Rose completed a legal internship in the Trials Chamber of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal.  Following this, Rose undertook her legal traineeship at the VGSO.

During the course of her law degree, Rose performed a number of roles in the legal sector, including as a paralegal at a criminal law firm, a law clerk with the North Carolina Racial Justice Act Study, a volunteer at the Monash-Oakleigh Legal Centre Family Law Assistance Program and a summer clerk in the private sector.  Rose also completed an legal internship in association with Reprieve Australia and the Centre for Death Penalty Litigation in North Carolina.

Memberships and professional associations

  • Law Institute of Victoria
  • LIV Young Lawyers