Minority Report: Material Contribution or Genetics? - Oct 2023
Judith frequently appears in the Coroner’s Court where she has represented families, clinicians and other interested parties and pre-inquest reviews and substantive hearings.
Her experience includes inquests following missed or late diagnoses, surgical complications and the sudden unexplained death of small children. She has been involved in a number of case where there have been significant issues related to mental health care.
She has also appeared at inquests arising out of the unexpected deaths of individuals under the care of local authorities or the NHS, whilst in custody or as a result of accidents at work.
She has particular experience of representing clinicians and Ambulance Trusts at inquests arising from delays in responding to emergency calls and is familiar with the policy and resources issues which arise at such hearings.View full profile »
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Inquest into death of Sharon Kelly concludes - Nov 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – Spring 2020 – Issue 5 - May 2020
Scope of Duty and Causation: Chester v Afshar Revisited in Leeds - Feb 2020
Jo Moore & Judith Rogerson enjoy an evening of networking with Pathways to Law students - Feb 2019
Judith Rogerson wins clinical negligence liability trial - Jul 2016
Judith Rogerson successful in defence of clinical negligence claim - May 2016
We send a team to annual charity beach volleyball tournament organised by our Brighton Chambers - Jul 2015
1COR quiz team wins the Leigh Day / Silverlining Brain Injury Charity Quiz night - Feb 2015