Rosa Curling is a solicitor in the human rights
department at Leigh Day. She specialises in public law, particularly judicial review
and human rights cases.
She has been instructed in many legal challenges to UK national bodies, for example, government departments, regulators, the NHS, local authorities, as well as international bodies, for example, the European Council and the Turkish government.
She acts for claimants on a variety of issues including public international law, international criminal law, health, education, community care, corporate responsibility, the environment, discrimination, unlawful detention, freedom of information, ‘the right to life’ and ‘the right to die’.
She has represented clients in the European Court of Human Rights, the European Court of Justice, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea as well as the UK’s High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, Court of Protection and First Tier Tribunals.
Some of her previous cases include: