Partner, Head of Data and Privacy, Bates Wells

Eleonor Duhs is a barrister. She is a partner and the head of data privacy at Bates Wells LLP in the City of London. Before working in private practice she was a UK government lawyer.

She was the government’s lead lawyer in negotiations on the GDPR. She is an expert on the UK’s post-Brexit legal landscape, having worked in the Department for Exiting the European Union on the domestic legislation to implement Brexit, as well as the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement and the framework for the future EU-UK relationship.

She has co-authored a well-received book on Brexit: Retained EU law: a Practical Guide, published by the Law Society.

My Sessions

GDPR Revisited: Addressing Critiques and Evolving Perspectives

Thursday 23rd May 2024, 12:30pm - 1:15pm GMT