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Rose has experience in both our commercial and rural property teams and advises on all aspects of rural property law, including negotiating leases, advising on adverse possession and effecting the sale and purchase of estates, farms and residential properties. Rose acts for a range of clients, including individuals, families, charities, companies, universities and investment landowners.

Rose is known for her personable and collaborative approach which helps her work alongside agents and solicitors effectively in order to produce the best results for her clients.

Prior to joining, Rose completed her LLB at Queen Mary, University of London with an additional year at the University of Hong Kong. She then obtained a distinction in her postgraduate degree in Human Rights Law at SOAS followed by a distinction in the LPC at the University of Law.

Rose trained at Farrer & Co and qualified into our Rural Property team in September 2023.

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