Rosina is an experienced family law barrister both in public and private law proceedings. She has a particular interest in cases with an international element.
In public law she acts for local authorities, parents, grandparents and children’s guardians in cases involving neglect, substance abuse, violence and sexual abuse.
In private law she represents parents and children’s guardians in disputes over child arrangements and often in intractable high conflict cases. She also acts for parents in cases involving the international movement of children.
She is a sensitive and empathetic advocate who works hard to achieve the best outcome for her clients.
Her practice includes:
– Public law cases involving chronic neglect, sexual abuse, substance abuse, trafficking, violence
– In public law representation of parents with drug, alcohol and mental health difficulties
– Intractable high conflict private law disputes
– Representation of rule 16.4 guardians
– Return of children to the jurisdiction, Hague and non Hague countries
– Temporary and proposed relocation from the jurisdiction
– Internal relocation
– Domestic violence and fact-finding
Before coming to the Bar, Rosina worked in children’s rights for leading children’s charities and at a local law centre. She has been a strong advocate for unaccompanied minors and refugee children, children in care and worked on the campaign for a children’s rights commissioner. Rosina also volunteered at Liberty for two years as a researcher on privacy law.
BA Hons, University College London and University of Paris iv
Diploma International Human Rights, Birkbeck College, University of London
Common Professional Exam, London Metropolitan University
Bar Vocational Course, College of Law, London
Family Law Bar Association
Lawyers for Liberty
RS v SS  EWHC B33 (Fam)
Transfer of residence in very high conflict contact case
SS v KS  EWHC 1575 (Fam)
Appeal against grant of interim contact where there are allegations of domestic violence and the fact-finding has not been completed.