Rosemary Jay has worked in data protection and information rights since 1987 (32 years) and is an acknowledged expert in the field. She is currently a consulting attorney with Hunton Andrews Kurth. Her clients have included national and international bodies and she has worked on a number of international assignments. She has been ranked in the highest rank of Chambers for data protection since the area was first introduced. Rosemary is a Fellow of the British Computer Society and a former editor of the Encyclopaedia of Data Protection and Privacy.
Contributors to the book are Anita Bapat, Partner, Kemp Little; Sue Cullen, Director, Amberhawk Training Limited; William Malcolm, Director, International Privacy Legal, Google; Ellis Parry, Data Ethics Adviser, Information Commissioner’s Office; Louise Townsend, Senior Editor, Practical Law Data Protection; and Bridget Treacy, Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth. All bring a wealth of practical as well as technical legal expertise to the topic.