Private Practice

Data Privacy Manager

  • Latham & Watkins, a global law firm consistently ranked among the top firms in the world, is seeking a Data Privacy Lawyer to join our growing Manchester office. As part of the Firm’s Practice Services Team, you will apply your experience and education to provide high quality, specialised support to Latham’s global data privacy practice.
  • In this role, you will work closely with attorneys in London and Asia to advise clients, particularly in the area of privacy impact assessments.
  • A key to Latham’s success and our continued ability to deliver the highest quality service to our clients is our “one-firm” culture - a spirit of teamwork and shared commitment to quality across our offices worldwide that has long distinguished Latham from other law firms.
  • You will be a self-starter and at ease advising clients on privacy impact assessments.
  • You will Enjoy project management and are confident managing a team of junior lawyers/trainees in multiple offices to allocate staff privacy impact assessments and ensure timelines are met.

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