Chris is an experienced tech lawyer who “stands out for his involvement in AI projects” (Legal 500 2022).
Best Lawyers “Ones to Watch” 2023 for IT Law in the UK.
Chris joined Kemp IT Law in 2019 from Clifford Chance and became a Partner in October 2022. Chris graduated from the University of Oxford with a first class honours in English. After Oxford he spent two years teaching on the Teach First programme. He followed this with distinctions in the GDL and LPC.
Chris regularly writes and speaks on Tech Law topics. He has been published on LexisNexis, Politico, Practical Law and Computers and Law. He is an IAPP certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E, CIPM).
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International Comparative Legal Guide – Digital Business 2023
Chris Kemp and Eleanor Hobson have contributed to the ICLG’s (International Comparative Legal Guide) Digital Business 2023 publication. This publication …
Smart Data & the DPDI (No. 2) Bill: next steps for Open Data in the UK
1. Introduction. This blog is about the proposals for ‘Smart Data’ legislation in Part 3 of the Data Protection and …
EU Data Act: questions for cloud vendors?
If enacted, we think the EU Data Act will have important consequences. Chris Kemp examines the issues