Jeanne is one of the founding partners of our first international office in Dublin and has over 25 years’ experience including leading a commercial tech practice where she advised private and public sector clients on technology, intellectual property and data privacy law. She has led data protection compliance programmes for some of Ireland’s leading corporates, as well as for multinationals with Irish operations. She also has extensive experience in large outsourcing projects, supply arrangements and intellectual asset management.
She regularly speaks at leading industry conferences in Ireland and overseas on GDPR, FDI, legal issues for start- up and scaling companies and data privacy. She is also an experienced media commentator on legal issues.
Jeanne was announced as 'Corporate Leader' of the Year at the Irish Women's Awards 2020.
Contact Jeannet +353 862 382 199 Email Jeanne Kelly
Advised on the establishment of EMEA operations
Advised one of the world’s largest social media companies on the establishment of its EMEA operations
External counsel for a Fortune 500 US Financial Services company, advising on data protection and foreign direct investment matters
Global luxury goods brand
Supporting global luxury goods brand on its brand strategy and rollout, as well as on enforcement issues.
Advising international museums
Advising international museums on legal aspects of art curation, touring exhibitions and IT infrastructure procurement.
"The charismatic and vibrant Jeanne Kelly is great to work with and has an excellent knowledge of the law."
"Jeanne Kelly is both incredibly personable and a top-notch commercial lawyer. She has an eye for unforeseen hurdles complemented by an ability to come up with a solution before the problem arrives. She is excellent on both technology contracts and data privacy."
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