Rosie studied Law and Criminology at the University of Kent, graduating with a 2:1 degree in 2011. Following graduation, Rosie joined Furley Page LLP in 2012 and was offered the position of Legal Assistant in the Personal Injury Team in 2013.

Rosie continued her legal studies alongside working at Furley Page LLP and achieved a Distinction on completion of the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in 2013.

Rosie completed her training contract at Furley Page LLP between 2014 and 2016, gaining experience in the Dispute Resolution Team, Vulnerable Client Team and Family Team.

In September 2016 Rosie left Furley Page LLP to broaden her knowledge in Family Law to extend to public law children matters. Whilst working in child protection Rosie gained experience in matters regarding child neglect, emotional harm and physical harm. Rosie also case held High Court matters, matters of complexity (to include those with foreign jurisdiction issues), and undertook her own advocacy in Court where possible.

In April 2018 Rosie returned to Furley Page LLP and in December 2020 she was promoted to Associate. Rosie specialises in family law, advising on divorce, financial matrimonial matters, cohabitation disputes and child arrangement issues. Rosie understands that these types of matters can often be a very painful time for many families and therefore is considerate of this whilst also providing a constructive approach to the resolution of the same.

Rosie is predominantly based at the Canterbury office, but is also available for meetings at either the Chatham or Whitstable offices.



  • Member of Resolution
  • Member of Kent Law Society