Short biographies of those who work with Kinnear and Co.
Rosie Kinnear, Solicitor
Rosie is an experienced legal professional, having been trained by a leading city centre law firm for over five years.
She had the privilege of representing families who had loved ones murdered by the British Army and state agents (in particular in the Mid-Ulster area) by way of High Court Civil actions. Rosie has also represented Legacy families through the inquest process, historical prosecutions, as well as engagement with the Police Ombudsman, HET and the LIB.
She also has vast experience in non-Legacy matters before the High Court, including complicated family proceedings, media injunctions and judicial review.
Her extensive experience of arrests and police station representation covers all areas of gravity – from common assault, theft and criminal damage to rape, death by dangerous driving and attempted murder. Further, Rosie has represented many clients who faced serious charges under the Terrorism Act 2000. Rosie is a passionate advocate having experience in both bail applications and pleas in mitigation in the Magistrates Court.
Rosie strives to treat each client and their case with diligence, care and empathy to the highest standard.
Rosie has been actively involved in her GAA club, Naomh Éanna all of her life. She currently sits on the Executive Committee as the Club’s Cultural Officer. This, in addition to being a volunteer for Croí Éanna, means that Rosie is responsible for Irish Language development, classes and community activities.
She sits on the Board of Governors for Gaelscoil Éanna, and is the Designated Child Protection Officer there.
Rosie is passionate about the Irish Language and has attended night classes for many years. She has enrolled in the Diploma Course at University of Ulster.
If you feel that Rosie could assist you with any matter, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on +44 (0) 28 90 71 91 71.