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Nick Dunn

Email: nick.dunn@wrigleys.co.uk

Telephone: 0113 204 1140

Office: Leeds

Position: Associate

Areas of practice:

Nick Dunn qualified into Wrigleys’ charities and social enterprise team as a solicitor in 2018. Nick advises on a broad range of charity law issues, with a particular focus on ecclesiastical, social finance and data protection work.

Nick provides advice to charities and social enterprises on a wide range of commercial matters, including advice on their obligations when data subjects seek to exercise their rights and advice on commercial and finance agreements. Nick regularly delivers seminars on data protection issues faced within the third sector.

Nick has written the following articles:

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Testimonials:

Nick Dunn is an excellent up and coming lawyer – he has a strong emphasis on meeting the client’s need and will pull out all the stops for time sensitive and critical work.’ (Legal 500).

 

Professional memberships:

Nick is a member of the Charity Law Association and a trustee of a local grant making charity.

 

Publications:

Nick co-wrote the following articles for the website Civil Society.

'Data protection update for charities in 2021'

'European judgement impacts the sharing of personal data overseas'

'Seven myths of the GDPR'

'New case clarifies consent needed for website cookies'

 

21 Feb 2024

Can a local authority charge a school or academy where it excludes a pupil?

We look here at local authorities charging schools and academies for permanent exclusions and whether this is allowed by relevant legislation.

14 Feb 2024

Cyber security update for charities

Identifying the risks and learning how to avoid them.