Rose has appeared in over 70 published judgments in Jersey since 2000. Some of the most notable are:
A & B  JRC218 – Acted on behalf of the Guardian in a case where both parents opposed an adoption order where there had been previous proceedings in relation to a number of other children born to the mother. The case involved the failure of a residential assessment for the parents with the child.
In the Matter of Barbara  JRC082 – Acted for the Minister in this case. It concerned issues with regard to adoption and connected person (maternal aunt) and the consideration that the court should give to a child staying in the family. In this case the child was freed for adoption.
In the Matter of Imogen  JRC081 – Acted for the Guardian in difficult proceedings regarding a child where there were a number of possible carers. The role of the social workers in this case was criticised by the Court.
C v D  JRC044A – I acted for the wife in a 2nd marriage where the vast majority of the assets had been built up by the husband prior to his 1st marriage. The wife was still awarded sufficient assets to meet her needs and the husband was criticised by the court for refusing to mediate.
A & B  165A – This case was the first of note to deal with the payment of lump sums for the benefit of a child where the parents are unmarried under Schedule 1 of the Children (Jersey) Law 2002.
In the Matter of QQ  JRC 217E – In this case Rose acted for 3 children in tandem with their Guardian. This decision which considered the welfare stage of care proceedings was heard after a long fact find hearing on whether or not threshold had been met (CC  JRC 274). The case is notable for the large number of witnesses that were called and how the court considered their evidence in its application of the law.
Downes and Marshall  JRC 115B – This case changed the test for the hearing of appeals in family cases in Jersey. It overturned Murphy & Collins  JRL 276 which has laid down the previous test. This decision has been significant and has been applied by the Royal Court in many cases since.
PS and HF & SS  JRC 128 – This case is the most significant decision in Jersey regarding the setting aside of a consent order agreed in matrimonial proceedings and involved examination of lack of judicial scrutiny/non-disclosure and supervening events. The linked judgment of PS and HF and SS  JRC is a key authority regarding the court awarding indemnity costs.
VKS and PAS & Health & Social Services Committee  JRC 124. This was the first case in Jersey to refer to Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms 1950 regarding the removal of a child from his mother who was breastfeeding.
C & S  JRC 104. This is a crucial judgment regarding the right of the weaker party financially in divorce proceedings to have a contribution towards legal fees paid as part of the interim maintenance provision.