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JP Buckley

JP is a Partner and Head of the Data Protection Team at DWF, specialising in privacy, data protection and procurement. JP undertakes a wide range of information law work including data protection, cybersecurity, e-commerce, direct marketing and freedom of information - and has a range of clients in the aviation, retail and technology sectors, as well as charities and the public sector. He also has extensive experience in IT and BPO outsourcing and educational ICT, overlapping with his data privacy practice.

JP especially enjoys hosting and providing training sessions in data privacy, where he regularly provides clients and the wider business community with tailored, relevant advice and practical guidance.

JP has a substantial practice in information and data-related matters. He manages and advises on national and international compliance reviews and strategic advisory work. This includes developing, advising on and reviewing data protection compliance strategies, including for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Contributed to

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Other work

Personal data processing clause—short-form—pro-controller
Personal data processing clause—short-form—pro-controller

This is a short form Precedent pro-controller data processing clause drafted for use as part of a commercial agreement for general personal data processing if the parties wish to contract on a basis that complies with essential requirements of UK data protection law, and is drafted for compliance with the United Kingdom General Data Protection Regulation, Retained Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (UK GDPR). It is drafted on the assumption that a UK processor is acting as supplier for a UK customer which is a controller of the personal data.

Personal data processing clause—short-form—pro-processor
Personal data processing clause—short-form—pro-processor

This is a short form precedent pro-processor data processing clause drafted for use as part of a commercial agreement for general personal data processing if the parties wish to contract on a basis that complies with essential requirements of UK data protection law, and is drafted ready for compliance with the United Kingdom General Data Protection Regulation, Retained Regulation (EU) 2016/679, UK GDPR. It is drafted on the assumption that a UK processor is acting as supplier for a UK customer which is a controller of the personal data.

Practice Areas

Panels

  • Contributing Author
  • Q&A Panel
  • Specialist Panel

Qualified Year

  • 2004

Education

  • LL.B Law, University of Durham
  • College of Law, York
  • LPC

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