Representing medical practitioners and individuals, Rose Carter practices general litigation, administrative law representing professionals before their regulatory bodies, corporate/commercial litigation and participates in public inquiries and medical malpractice actions.
To complement her practice, Rose is an Adjunct Professor of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta. As well, she frequently lectures at local, domestic and international seminars and meetings for physicians and medical students regarding medical negligence and bioethics issues.
Rose is a member of the advisory board of the Medico-Legal Reporter (Preventative Law for Effective Health Care Management) and a member of the Medical Council of Canada where she chairs the Appeals Committee.
A frequent writer, she has written articles published in medical peer review journals, authored Interaction Between Lawyers and Physicians in Litigation, now in its 6th edition, and co-authored Further Duties of Directors with Respect to Not-For-Profit Organizations for Directors' Duties in Canada, 4th Edition, published September 2006. Rose also wrote the section entitled, "Information Technology Risk Management" in Chapter 19 of the 2009 book, Directors' Duties in Canada, 4th Edition, edited by Barry Reiter, published in Canada by CCH Canadian Limited.
Rose is a recipient of a certificate for meritorious service by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta. Rose is also a former Bencher of the Law Society of Alberta.