Angela Flannery

Angela Flannery

Partner, Quay Law Partners; President of the IIC Australian Chapter; Director, International Institute of Communications

Angela is a partner of Australian law firm Quay Law Partners.  Angela has over 20 years’ experience as a partner in private practice and in senior Australian Commonwealth Government roles. She has broad commercial law expertise in transactional and regulatory matters, with a focus on telecommunications, media and technology, as well as data and cybersecurity.

Ms Flannery’s areas of expertise include assisting clients in making submissions to Government consultation processes on regulatory reform (particularly in the areas of digital markets, content regulation and privacy), providing advice to clients in investigations and interactions with government agencies and assisting clients in obtaining licences and regulatory approvals, as well as advising corporates regarding compliance with the Competition and Consumer Act, the Telecommunications Act, the Broadcasting Services Act and other Australian law and regulation, including consumer protection and privacy issues relating to telecommunications, technology and ad tech.

As well as being President of the International Institute of Communications, Australian Chapter, Ms Flannery is a member of the auDA Licence Review Panel (auDA is Australia’s domain name administrator).

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