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Judith Rogerson has a civil practice with a particular focus on cases involving healthcare professionals.
She has for many years been recognised in the legal directories as a leading junior in her areas of practice. She has been praised for being “very well prepared, assured, calm” and “persuasive” and for providing “timely and easily understood advice”. Clients have noted her “exceptional grasp” of medical issues and ability to quickly get on top of the facts and key issues in a case. Judith has been called “a fearless advocate” who is “perfectly at home in a trial”. She is described as “a pleasure to work with” and as having an “excellent” and “sensitive” manner with clients and witnesses.
She has extensive experience of acting on behalf of patients, NHS Resolution and individual medical practitioners in a wide range of cases arising out of allegations of clinical negligence.
She also has a good knowledge of professional discipline having been involved in cases in a range of healthcare tribunals including the MPTS, GDC, NMC and HCPC as well as internal Trust disciplinary proceedings and fitness to practise hearings involving medical students.
Judith frequently appears in the Coroner’s Court where she represents families, clinicians and other interested persons.View full profile »
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