A graduate of the University of Queensland, Ros has worked as a lawyer at Caxton Legal Centre Inc since 1991.
Ros initially worked as one of the centre’s generalist lawyers and coordinator of one of Caxton’s free evening advice clinics. She now also supervises law students via Caxton’s clinical legal training partnerships with Griffith University and QUT, and helps with the centres’ community legal education and law reform activities. She has a special interest in providing assistance to non-profit, community-based organisations.
Having been involved in Caxton’s first trial elder law outreach service in 1997, Ros has followed the steady development of Caxton’s preventative and responsive elder abuse legal work.
At NEAC 2019 Ros will appear at: