Data protection lawyers in demand

It took about four hours from the news break that someone had stolen Shell’s internal staff list for an email from headhunters at Privacy Laws and Business to arrive in Dowtime’s in-box saying that a Top 20 law firm was looking for an experienced data protection laywer.
The internal, non-fee-earning position is to advise on “data protection issues relating to the processing of employee, pension scheme member and client data, as well as data protection issues in other jurisdictions and on data security issues”, among others.
If it ain’t Shell’s lawyers looking for these skills, maybe they should.

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