Emily is an associate in the US team who specialises in data protection and technology contracts.
Emily originally joined Osborne Clarke as an associate in the commercial team in Bristol in November 2019, but now works as part of our US team providing in-time-zone UK legal support to global and expanding companies. She has previously worked on international projects providing data protection advice and supported a number of IP and corporate transactions.
Emily's experience includes advising a wide range of companies, from international global organisations to SMEs on a range of commercial, intellectual property and data protection issues. She has worked closely with companies in the software, gaming, entertainment, automotive and energy industries.
She also has specialist experience on advising on alternative data sharing arrangements and on legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence. As part of Emily's work on artificial intelligence, she has contributed to the published IEEE Standard for Transparency of Autonomous Systems.
Emily has previously spoken at a number of conferences and webinars including speaking at the Information Law and Policy Centre's annual conference and at the Society for Computers and Law.
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