Rosa graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies with a BA Honours in Law and Social Anthropology where she focused on international and comparative laws and undertook her dissertation in forced migration. She completed a Graduate Diploma in Law at City University and is currently studying the Legal Practice Course part time at London Metropolitan University.
Whilst at university she undertook an internship at the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative contributing research assistance to academic publications on the censorship of political speech in Rwanda and the effect of colonial era laws on modern Commonwealth countries.
She has held voluntary positions at the Islington Law Centre in their immigration team and with Freedom from Torture’s legal department. She has also worked and volunteered at Haringey Migrant Support Centre where she was part of the management team and an advocate for vulnerable visitors to the centre.
Rosa joined us in 2019, initially in our administration team. She became a caseworker in our immigration team in 2020. She is registered with the Law Society Immigration and Asylum Accreditation.
She provides advice and assistance on a range of immigration, asylum and human rights cases.
Interests: jazz, plants, and yoga