AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
After qualifying as a Solicitor in September 2004, and working at both Eversheds and Addleshaw Goddard, specialising in employment law, Rosie transferred to the Bar in 2018 and became a tenant at Kings Chambers in April 2019.
Since transferring to the Bar, Rosie has built a strong and varied employment law practice, accepting instructions from both respondents and claimants. She has acted for several major retailers, NHS trusts, local authorities and companies and individuals working in the leisure and hospitality and industrials sectors. She has acted on a wide range of claims, including unfair dismissal, whistleblowing detriment, TUPE, agency workers and discrimination.
Recent highlights include:
Rosie’s practice also encompasses sports law disputes, including acting for players in FA disciplinary matters and as a Disciplinary Chairperson for British Cycling.
Year of Call: 2018
Rosie is an employment specialist with experience of dealing with a variety of disputes and issues arising within a sporting context.
Most of the work she has undertaken in this area is protected by the cloak of confidentiality and includes:
Northern CircuitEmployment Lawyers AssociationInner Temple
LLB Hons: Law with French Law and LanguageLegal Practice Course: distinctionBar Transfer Test
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Kings Chambers is delighted to announce that, following the successful completion of pupillage, Rosie Kight has joined chambers as a full member.
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