Lorcan Moylan Burke
Associate, Dublin Office
Lorcan is an Associate in the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department, specialising in contentious cyber security and data protection matters as well as commercial, intellectual property and technology based litigation.
Lorcan is a member of the firm’s Cyber and Data Protection team and advises companies, not-for-profit organisations and state bodies on a broad range of data protection and privacy issues, including data protection litigation, regulatory investigations, international data transfers, contractual and policy assessments, data subjects’ rights, controller and processor obligations and freedom of information.
Lorcan is also a member of the firm’s Security Incident Response Team and is responsible for coordinating and guiding clients through cyber security incidents.
Prior to joining RDJ, Lorcan worked with another Irish commercial law firm acting for a broad range of national, multi-national and institutional clients in complex and high value cases relating to commercial, data protection, intellectual property and technology disputes. He has also significant experience in advising clients through large-scale regulatory and protected disclosures investigations.
National University of Ireland, Galway – BCL (International – Aarhus University Denmark)
National University of Ireland, Galway – LLM (International Human Rights Law)
Law Society of Ireland – Certificate in Data Protection Practice
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
Qualified Data Protection Practitioner (PDP - Practitioner Certificate in Data Protection).
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