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Privacy & data protection lawyers in London & Thames Valley

Our specialist privacy and data protection lawyers provide expert guidance on a range of data protection issues to achieve compliance.

Data protection and privacy laws affect all organisations, and the consequences of non-compliance can be serious.

Lawyers in our team have the knowledge and experience to advise on a broad range of data protection and privacy issues. The team provide legal training and policy guidance, audits, tailored written advice and compliance documentation.

Why choose our data protection lawyers?

 Our team of highly experienced data protection lawyers provide tailored assistance across all areas of privacy and data protection to both organisations and individuals.

Our lawyers can offer:

  • In-depth and up-to-date knowledge of the UK data protection laws, policies and procedures so that you  are able to protect the privacy of individuals in a data-rich world.
  • We build trusted relationships with our clients where you can rely on us to be proactive, watch your back, and find a solution that works for you.
  • There will be no hidden fees and, at the point of initial contact with your lawyer, you will be advised exactly what the job will cost.
  • The benefits of working with a full-service law firm. We can provide clients with a uniquely broad spectrum of services and offer tailor-made legal solutions to best suit your business requirements.


By choosing Clarkslegal, you can be assured that you will benefit from a professional and thorough service that will follow your needs and requirements closely, ensuring the whole process runs as smoothly as possible.

What services do our data protection lawyers offer?

Our specialist privacy and data protection lawyers provide expert guidance on a range of data protection issues to achieve compliance…

Here are a few of the services that we offer;

Our lawyers can conduct a full compliance privacy health audit of your business including a review of any technical and organisational measures employed, providing clear and practical recommendations.

The team can offer a reassuring hand providing advice in the event of a data breach or investigation by the ICO and guide you through the process.

The data protection team can provide a full suite of data protection documentation including privacy statements, cookie use policies, internal policies and procedures, data sharing and processing agreements.

Navigating the process of responding and actioning subject access requests.

Our data protection team keep up-to-date on International transfers ever changing guidance and advise on the most complex global transfers and data sharing arrangements.

Data protection laws are largely designed to protect the privacy of individuals in a data-rich world. If you are concerned about how an organisation has handled your personal data, our lawyers can help you assert your rights – ensuring your views are heard and taken seriously.

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