former computer programmer, systems analyst, database designer and systems integrator
studied law in Manchester and obtained a first class honours degree
qualified as a solicitor at Pinsent Masons and was an Associate at Addleshaw Goddard
Partner at James Chapman and part of the Sport and Commercial group that merged with Brabners Chaffe Street.
established law:matix with Lucy in
Amanda advises a diverse range of clients on privacy, data and technology matters including those in the sport, retail, media, entertainment, pharmacy, travel & leisure, financial services, pre-payment and pharmaco industries.
Expertise in data protection, data exploitation and freedom of information law; drafting and negotiating IT contracts; preparing legals for websites/apps.
Co-writes the data protection and freedom of information volume of Butterworths Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents.
Commercial, pragmatic, confident, enthusiastic, creative thinker
former IT trainer and troubleshooter
studied law at Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London
trained and qualified as a solicitor at Clifford Chance
was Senior Associate at Pinsent Masons
joined AstraZeneca in 2000 as their lead IT/IS and data protection lawyer
set up the Privacy Practice in 2005
Advised a wide range of clients on privacy, data, technology and ecommerce matters, including one of the UK’s leading providers of commercial data, a national distributor of food products, a household name dance company, several financial institutions, public utilities, direct marketing organisations and the public sector.
Is the principal author of the data protection volume of Butterworth’s Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents and a former examiner for the British Computer Society’s ISEB Certificate in Data Protection
Expertise in data protection with substantial experience of international transfers of data and the commercial exploitation of data. Lucy has worked on many global deals where privacy issues have been cross-jurisdictional.
Commercial, switched-on, thorough, engaging