Alex Robinson is an associate in the London office of Kirkland’s Technology and Intellectual Property Transactions practice. Alex’s practice focuses on advising clients on a variety of complex commercial and corporate transactions in which technology, IP and data play a significant role. Alex also advises clients on data protection compliance in relation to European and UK data privacy laws.
Prior to joining Kirkland, Alex worked at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and leading New Zealand firm, Bell Gully. Alex has also spent time in the in-house legal team of a large multi-national airline advising on commercial contracts, digital content and software licensing as part of a six-month client secondment.
“The Data Sharing Code: A Gateway to Good Data Sharing Practice,” Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, October 2021
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2013, Admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand
- Victoria University of WellingtonLL.B.(Hons.)2013
- Victoria University of WellingtonBachelor of Commerce and Administration, Accounting and Commercial Law2013