James is an Associate in the Melbourne office. With specialised experience in digital law, James helps public and private sector organisations navigate the opportunities and challenges associated with the digital economy, including in relation to digital transformation programs, privacy, cyber risk, emerging technologies and the regulation of digital business models.
James is an Associate in the Melbourne office and brings specialised experience supporting in relation to digital transformation programs, privacy, cyber risk, emerging technologies (e.g. automation, machine learning and blockchain) and the regulation of digital business models.
Digital technology is transforming how businesses, individuals and governments relate and interact and, with more and more data being collected, stored and shared there are exciting new opportunities but also new regulatory, security and ethical complexities. James helps clients in the public and private sectors to navigate these opportunities and the associated risks.
James has presented on a range of topics from technology governance to AI ethics at the World Economic Forum, Melbourne and Monash Universities and at various other conferences, summits and panel events. He has co-authored articles, guides and commentary in Thomson Reuters Practical Law, the LexisNexis Privacy Law Bulletin, Financier Worldwide and the Data Protection Leader. In 2020, James was recognised as being among the profession’s ‘rising stars’ at the Australian Law Awards.
Retail & Consumer
Data Protection & Privacy