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Sam Grogan

Sam Grogan

Global Privacy Policy Analyst, Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL)

Sam Grogan  is the Global Privacy Policy Analyst of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP’s Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL), a preeminent global privacy and security policy think tank located in Washington, DC, London and Brussels. Sam graduated with a Bachelor of Law from University College Cork, Ireland in 2014. During law school, Mr Grogan worked with the Stanford Center for Internet & Society on global data access law and interned at Matheson, one of Ireland’s leading law firms.

After completing his degree, Mr Grogan qualified as an attorney in New York and following this completed his first LL.M. degree at Queen Mary, University of London where he concentrated in EU privacy. Afterwards, Mr Grogan worked in the privacy department of Shell Oil Company before enrolling in his second LL.M. degree at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, concentrating in US privacy. During this program, Mr Grogan conducted privacy research with Penn Law’s Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition. He is also an IAPP Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US, CIPP/E and CIPP/A).

Mr Grogan supports CIPL in preparing and editing project white papers, workshop and meeting reports, blogs, articles, public consultations, and other materials as well as monitoring global privacy developments. Additionally, his international experience in privacy helps to develop and generate new projects and ideas that further CIPL’s mission of policy impact.

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