Debbie is a senior professional support lawyer in the IP/IT group. She specialises in technology, communications, data protection and consumer protection. Debbie edits and regularly contributes to Download and Global Data Hub and produces a monthly technology and communications update, Radar. Debbie has written a number of articles for publications on data protection and is a frequent presenter of Taylor Wessing's data protection webinars.
|Since 2016||Senior Professional Support Lawyer at Taylor Wessing|
|2011 - 2016||Knowledge Management Lawyer at Taylor Wessing|
|2004 - 2005||Associate at Taylor Wessing|
|2001 - 2003||Legal Advisor at Orange Thailand|
|1999 - 2001||Associate at Taylor Wessing|
|1994 - 1995||PR Executive, The Guardian/Observer|
|2000||Diploma in Internet Law, Queen Mary and Westfield College|
|1997||CPE and LPC, College of Law, London|
|1992||BA Hons, Modern Languages, Brasenose College, Oxford University|
|How great is ‘The Great Repeal Bill’? – Oxford Business Law Blog, December 2016|
|The “right to be forgotten” or the “principle that has been remembered” – Computer Law & Security Review, Volume 30, Issue 5, October 2014, Pages 574-578,|
|EU Proposals for Dealing with Data Security Breaches – World Data Protection Report, November 2013|
|The EC Data Protection Proposals Will Be Costly And Complex, TechWeek Europe, April 2013|
|Right to be forgotten on the web is great for users, but not feasible for businesses, V3.co.uk, April 2013|
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