Rosie Phillips


Rosie started school at Bishop Druitt College in its second year and continued through to the Higher School Certificate in 2008, elected College Leader and presented with the Singh Award for Excellence in Drama.
In 2009 she was awarded the Young Citizen of the Year for the North Coast of New South Wales.
Rosie studied for degrees in Arts and Law from the University of Sydney and University of Technology Sydney, respectively.
After graduating in 2015, she worked in a large law firm and as a tipstaff for a Supreme Court judge in the Common Law Division.
Currently Rosie is on staff at Hoffmann and Koops, Lawyers, working in the area of commercial litigation and criminal defence. She has been involved in complex cases involving trusts and contract law and breaches of directors duties under the Corporations Act and white collar defence.
Rosie has a particular interest in social justice. She has volunteered at several legal centres, including the National Children’s and Youth Law Centre, Redfern Legal Centre and Voiceless. She was also recently the Project Officer at the Australian Pro Bono Centre at the University of New South Wales for a research project concerning image-based abuse.