Philippa Jenkins


BarristerCall 2008

Philippa completed her pupillage at New Court and has successfully built up a strong practice since becoming a member in 2010. Philippa practices in all areas of family work including private and public law children proceedings. Philippa is regularly instructed in public law proceedings by Local Authorities, parents and children and appears in the High Court and all levels of the Family Court. She has experience in dealing in matters with vulnerable clients and those with cognitive difficulties.

Philippa ensures that those who instruct her receive a prompt written report of the hearing and regularly drafts practice direction documents and advices. She also delivers training events to lawyers and childcare professionals.

LLB (Hons) Kings College London

LLM (family law) BPP

Associate of Kings College London

Bar Vocational Course (BPP, London)

Harmsworth Scholarship (Middle Temple 2007)

“Philippa Jenkins is an expert in public law children work who is routinely instructed by local authorities, parents and children to appear in the High Court and Family Court at all levels. She is noted for her sensitive handling of vulnerable clients and has, of late, undertaken a number of non-accidental injury cases.”

A barrister with “a very calm and reassuring demeanour.” She is “a really good lawyer, who is effective in court and someone whom people respond to.”

Chambers & Partners 2019

Family Law Bar Association

Middle Temple

Taekwondo, travel and theatre.

PRIVACY POLICY FOR PHILIPPA JENKINS

 

Data Controller

I am registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) as a Data Controller for the personal data that I hold and process as a barrister. My registered address is New Court Chambers, Temple, London EC4Y 9BE and my registration number is Z2202476.

 

Data Collection

All of the information that I hold about you is provided to or gathered by us in the course of your case and/or proceedings. Your solicitor and I will tell you why we need the information and how we will use it.

 

Lawful Basis for processing your information

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires all organisations/ individuals that process personal data to have a Lawful Basis for doing so. The Lawful Bases identified in the GDPR are:

·      Consent of the data subject
·      Performance of a contract with the data subject or to take steps to enter into a contract
·      Compliance with a legal obligation
·      To protect the vital interests of a data subject or another person
·      Performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller.
·      The legitimate interests of ourselves, or a third party, except where such interests are overridden by the interests, rights or freedoms of the data subject.

 

Examples of legitimate interests include:

  • Where the data subject is a client or in the service of the controller;
  • Transmission within a group of undertakings for internal administrative purposes;
  • Processing necessary to ensure network and information security, including preventing unauthorised access;
  • Processing for direct marketing purposes, or to prevent fraud; and
  • Reporting possible criminal acts or threats to public security.

 

My Lawful Basis is:

·      Your consent
·      To protect the vital interests of a data subject or another person
·      Compliance with a legal obligation

 

My Legitimate Interest is:

·      You are a client
·      The processing is necessary for administering justice
·      The processing is necessary in relation to legal proceedings, for obtaining legal advice, or otherwise for establishing, exercising or defending legal rights

I use your information to:

  • Provide legal advice and representation
  • Communicate with you about services, updates and events

 

I do not use automated decision-making in the processing of your personal data.

 

I collect and process both personal data and special categories of personal data as defined in the GDPR. This includes:

 

Client data

  • Name;
  • Email;
  • Phone number;
  • Address;
  • Date of birth;
  • Location details;
  • Medical history and current medical health;
  • Criminal convictions;
  • Social work involvement;
  • Ethnic origin;
  • Religious background.

 

I may share your personal data with:

  • Instructing solicitors;
  • Pupil or mini pupil, under my training;
  • Opposing Counsel, for the purposes of resolving the case;
  • My Chambers management and staff who provide administrative services;
  • My regulator or legal advisors in the event of a dispute or other legal matter;
  • Law enforcement officials, government authorities, or other third parties to meet our legal obligations;
  • Any other party where I ask you and your consent to the sharing.

 

Transfers to third countries and international organisations

I store the majority of my case files on Dropbox and/or One Drive which is a cloud hosted environment based in the US.

Dropbox and One Drive relies upon a variety of legal mechanisms for its international transfer of personal data from the EU to the United States. Dropbox and One Drive is certified under the EU-US and Swiss US Privacy Shield Programs regarding the collection, use and retention of personal data and its transfer from the EU and Switzerland to the United States.

In addition to the Privacy Shield, Dropbox and One Drive also provides strong contractual guarantees around the privacy of its services and relies on the EU Model Contract Clauses to cover its international transfers of data.

I am satisfied that such transferred data is fully protected and safeguarded as required by the General Data Protection Regulation.

 

Retention of data

I retain your personal data while you remain a client unless you ask me to delete it.

 

My Retention and Disposal Policy (copy available on request) details how long I hold data for and how I dispose of it when it no longer needs to be held. I will delete or anonymise your information at your request unless:

  • There is an unresolved issue, such as claim or dispute;
  • I am legally required to; or
  • There are overriding legitimate business interests, including but not limited to fraud prevention, the need to retain documents for the limitation period of any professional negligence claims and protecting customers’ safety and security.

 

Your Rights

The General Data Protection Regulation gives you specific rights around your personal data. For example, you have to be informed about the information I hold and what I use it for, you can ask for a copy of the personal information I hold about you, you can ask us to correct any inaccuracies with the personal data I hold, you can ask us to stop sending you direct mail, or emails, or in some circumstances ask us to stop processing your details. Finally, if I do something irregular or improper with your personal data you can seek compensation for any distress you are caused or loss you have incurred. You can find out more information from the ICO’s website http://ico.org.uk/for_the_public/personal_information and this is the organisation that you can complain to if you are unhappy with how I dealt with you.

 


 

Data Protection Policy available on request.