Kings Chambers is delighted to announce that, following the successful completion of pupillage, Rosie Kight has joined chambers as a full member. Rosie qualified as a solicitor in September 2004, and worked for Eversheds and then Addleshaw Goddard before being called to the Bar. Rosie undertook her pupillage with James Boyd, Head of Kings Chambers Employment Team. As a solicitor, Rosie undertook work for individuals as well as organisations in both the private and public sector, offering advice on day to day practical employment issues. Rosie also has considerable experience advising on complex restructuring matters. She has a keen interest in NHS disciplinary matters and has also been dealing with all aspects of Employment Tribunal claims, gaining repeat instructions from some of the country’s largest retailers.
Head of Chambers, Nigel Poole QC said “We warmly welcome Rosie to chambers. She has excelled in our rigorous pupillage process. We are confident she will continue to develop a successful and accomplished practice.”
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