Caroline Churchill > Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP > Newcastle upon Tyne, England > Lawyer Profile

Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP
The Spark, Draymans Way
Newcastle Helix

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Caroline is a partner in the commercial team specialising in non-contentious commercial, technology and data protection work. Her practice involves advising on a wide variety of commercial contracts including distribution, agency and franchising arrangements, contractual joint ventures, terms and conditions of supply, licensing and manufacturing arrangements, outsourcing agreements (IT and BPO), cloud computing, systems integration, general IP, e-commerce, data protection and privacy law matters.

Extensive data protection and privacy law advice to organisations operating in marketing, data analysis, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, hospitality, retail, transport, technology and financial services sectors.                                        


Trained Squire, Sanders & Dempsey (London Office) qualified 2000; Partner at Squire Sanders (UK) LLP in 2009 – 2013; provision of consultancy services 2013 – 2015; consultant at Bond Dickinson LLP 2016; partner at Bond Dickinson LLP 2017; partner, Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP on combination 2017.

Lawyer Rankings

North > TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > IT and telecoms

(Leading individuals)

Caroline ChurchillWomble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP

The digital team at Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP places a focus on digitalization projects, supporting clients from various sectors in which the firm has sector strengths, be it transport, financial services and insurance or the public sector. Together with Alastair Mitton, who leads the national team, Caroline Churchill heads up the team, with deep experience in technology solutions and data protection. Sarah Daun is able to advice on e-commerce requirements while associate James Cooper plays a key supporting role.

London > Risk advisory > Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity

Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP acts for public sector clients and corporates across a wide range of sectors, most notably tech, retail, financial services and life sciences, on cross-border data transfers, regulatory investigations, and the data aspects of corporate transactions. Through its online tech-driven solution, WBC Clarity, the group assists clients to manage data subject access requests. Practice head Andrew Kimble advises on all aspects of data protection and privacy matters. Also recommended are Andrew Parsons, who focuses on commercial litigation in the tech sector, and Newcastle-based Caroline Churchill, whose expertise spans cross-border acquisitions and e-commerce issues.