London Lecture Series: Dame Vivien Rose

Dame Justice Vivien Rose DBE read Law (NC 1979) and was a barrister in private practice in Gray’s Inn for ten years specialising in domestic and EU competition/anti-trust law.  She left private practice in 1995 and joined the Government Legal Service where she worked in HM Treasury, the Ministry of Defence and the Office of Counsel to the Speaker of the House of Commons.  She was appointed to her first judicial post in 2005 when she became a Chairman of the Competition Appeal Tribunal and she was appointed a Recorder in the criminal jurisdiction in 2010.  Vivien became a High Court Judge in May 2013 sitting in the Chancery Division and joined the Court of Appeal in January 2019. Vivien will talk about her varied legal career and her current role as a judge, in the context of the First 100 Years celebrations of the anniversary of the admission of women into the legal profession.

Event details are as follows:

6:00pm – Arrival and refreshments
6:30pm – Lecture and Q&A
7:30pm – Networking, drinks, and canapes