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            Jorden Rafferty-Gough


            Jorden is an experienced personal injury and commercial law advocate, with a particular specialism in cross-jurisdictional privacy, data protection and commercial matters.

            Jorden's expertise areas cover Commercial, Inquests, Costs, Catastrophic Personal Injury, and Employment.

            Jorden joined DWF Advocacy in 2018, having trained as a Manx Advocate. She built a strong reputation for her work on both domestic and international disputes in civil fraud and complex commercial, corporate and regulatory litigation. Prior to this, Jorden was educated at Northumbria University achieving a First Class Masters in Law. Alongside her Masters, Jorden studied the BPTC and was called to the Bar in November 2017. 

            Since joining us, Jorden has developed a name for herself in matters relating to the cross-over between complex personal injury, employers’ liability and employment law. Jorden's experience includes conducting interlocutory and final hearings, and assisting with inquests and multi-track commercial trials. 

            Jorden has a particular interest in data protection and information law and is keen to expand her practice in this area, as well as nurturing her busy civil litigation practice. Prior to DWF, Jorden completed her Masters in Data Protection and Privacy Law and has continued her education through various data protection conferences including GDPR and the Legal Sector by Cornerstone Barristers, GDPR Unlocked by the ICO, Business Related Cybercrime and Privacy Protection by Digital Forensics and Data Analytics.

            MLaw (Exempting) BPTC – Northumbria University:

            • BPTC – Very Competent
            • First Class Masters in Law specialising in Data Protection and Privacy Law 


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