Privacy NewsJuly 1, 2008
Millard Takes Academic Role
Christopher Millard has joined Queen Mary College, University of London, as the chair of privacy and information law at the School of Law. Millard has been teaching at the school since 1986, but this fall will begin his role as a full-time professor.
Millard leaves Linklaters, where he has been a partner since 2002 and currently leads the firm's global privacy practice. He is the author of books, publications, and articles on privacy law.
We are delighted that [Christopher] will be joining us as professor of privacy and information law," said Professor Janet Dine, of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies.
"Privacy and information law are currently undergoing rapid change and that makes this an exciting time to be moving into this academic role," said Millard. "I consider it a privilege to be joining the distinguished faculty team in the computer and communications law field at Queen Mary, University of London."