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About Westbrook Data Protection Services

Westbrook Data Protection Services is a boutique data protection consultancy which provides a full range of services from initial audit of your organisation, as recommended within the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), and beyond.  Our unique consultancy service is based on true flexibility tailored to meet the specific requirements of our clients. We recognise that all of our clients are unique and so are their requirements. This is why our business is based on specific client requirements rather than simply on a one size fits all approach. We listen to our clients, understand and analyse their requirements and offer a proposed suite of tailored data protection compliance measures.

One of our most popular services is our data protection training. The feedback from our clients suggests that they truly value our flexible approach to developing and delivering client data protection courses. Data Protection training is one of the most important compliance measures for your organisation. This is because it is impossible to demonstrate a good level of data protection compliance if your employees handling personal data have not been trained.

Clara Westbrook, Principal, was called to the Bar in 1998 and shortly afterwards specialised in Data Protection law, later qualifying as a solicitor.  Working alongside her is Emily Culverhouse, also a practising barrister since 1998.  Emily holds the Post-Graduate Diploma in Data Protection and has been advising on data protection issues with WDPS since 2012.

Both Clara and Emily have experience of advising a wide variety of organisations, from small charities and schools to multi-nationals and legal firms, on the full range of data protection issues.  They also design and deliver training courses at all levels.


They understand the practical implications arising from the new GDPR, the Data Protection Act (DPA) 1998, the Privacy and Electronic Communication Regulations (PECR) 2003 and can guide your company through the complexities of the law in a way that you can understand.