Associate, Court of Protection

Danielle Rogers

Danielle supports clients and the families of clients who have brain injuries by assisting with the management of clients’ financial affairs and property. Danielle manages high value damages awards arising from personal injury and clinical negligence claim whilst always keeping her clients’ best interests at the forefront of her work.

Danielle works closely with her clients and their families to ensure they feel supported on a daily basis. Regularly communicating with clients, family members and clients’ multidisciplinary teams, Danielle prioritises promoting the client’s independence and working with others to improve her clients’ quality of life.

Danielle Rogers

Specialisms & expertise

  • Advising on and preparing a range of deputyship and other Court of Protection applications for individuals who lack capacity
  • Managing and assisting clients with their financial affairs, arranging investment advice where required and handling detailed budgeting for large personal injury / clinical negligence damages awards
  • Liaising with clients in addition to their families, friends, case managers, carers, social workers and litigation lawyers to ensure clients’ needs are fulfilled and to help ensure an appropriate care regime is in place
  • Advising on the duties and responsibilities of deputies and attorneys
  • Communicating where necessary with care homes, local authorities, financial and insurance organisations for a client’s benefit
  • Preparation of statutory will application
  • Daily contact with clients who lack capacity, including individuals who have suffered acquired brain injuries.

Achievements & other appointments

The Court of Protection team is appointed as deputy in over 250 cases and they have previously been named by the Legal 500 as a “Firm of the Year” stating that the team “stands out for the sheer breadth and sophistication of its practice”. They have retained their rank in Band 1 in Chambers UK 2023 and Legal 500.

Danielle is a Dementia Friend and is a member of the Kent Junior Lawyer Division.

Dementia friendly


Danielle read Law and Accountancy graduating in 2012 with a 2:1 and a Qualifying Law Degree at Oxford Brookes University.

She completed the Legal Practice Course achieving a Distinction at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, accredited by both Oxford Brooks and Oxford University.

Danielle worked as a paralegal in one of London’s leading law firms before joining Thomson Snell & Passmore as a trainee solicitor in 2017 and was admitted as a solicitor in 2019 when she joined the Court of Protection team.