Kemp IT Law Expands Partnership with Promotion of Chris Kemp


Tech law firm Kemp IT Law LLP is proud to announce the appointment of Chris Kemp as a Partner from 1 October 2022.

Chris joined Kemp IT Law in 2019 from Clifford Chance where he practised as a technology-focused corporate lawyer for five years. Since joining Kemp IT Law his focus has been on software, cloud, AI and data, working with clients including top UK law firms, large international corporates and innovative SMEs.

Richard Kemp, founder and Partner of Kemp IT Law LLP comments: “Chris has been an integral part of the continuing growth of our practice. His work has gained recognition from Legal 500, Best Lawyers UK and the GDR and we’re delighted that he will continue to drive Kemp IT Law forward as a Partner”.

Chris Kemp comments: “Kemp IT Law has developed a strong reputation in the market for cutting edge advice across tech law. It’s with great pride that I move into the role of Partner. As tech and data law evolves and expands across the legal landscape, I’m looking forward to continuing to develop our firm to meet the growing needs of our growing roster of clients in the business environments of today and tomorrow”.

Kemp IT Law LLP Appoints Denis Flynn as Associate

In addition to this promotion, Kemp IT Law LLP also welcomes Denis Flynn to the practice on 3 October as Associate. Denis joins from leading Irish law firm Mason Hayes & Curran LLP where he trained and qualified into their Technology Team as an Associate Solicitor in November 2021. This new appointment will give the firm additional resource in providing the top level of service its growing client base has come to expect.

Richard Kemp said: “Denis was the outstanding candidate in our recruitment for this role and we are delighted to be welcoming him to the practice.”

Denis Flynn: comments: “I’m delighted to be joining such a forward thinking firm at a time when Tech and data law are having a profound impact on business and society and very much looking forward to contributing to the success of the practice.”


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