A GDPR Primer for Canadian Higher Ed – Teleconference

Event Details

April 17, 2018
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.




The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in late May and applies to entities outside of Europe who offer goods and services to EU residents. The “GDPR” raises issues for Canadian Higher Ed institutions given their dealings with international students and alumni and their offering of online programming.

Join Hicks Morley and Catherine Allen of Mason Hayes & Curran for a one hour teleconference on April 17th that addresses:

  • How the GDPR might apply
  • What the GDPR requires
  • Disability Management & Medical Information
  • What practical steps to take today and in the future

Catherine Allen is a partner and public and information law specialist at the law firm of Mason Hayes & Curran in Dublin, Ireland. Catherine has been recognized as a leader in her field by the Legal 500, and regularly advises pubic sector bodies on the GDPR.

Dan Michaluk of Hicks Morley will facilitate. Dan is a well known data security, privacy and education lawyer for higher education institutions in Canada.

Please join us for a complementary session on this important and timely topic.

*Please note, call-in details for the teleconference will be provided after your registration is confirmed.

*Please also note that is this session is for university and college administrators.