Caro RobsonSenior Advisor
Areas of expertise
- Data protection
- Digital technology & innovation
- Rule of law & justice
- Fundamental rights
- Executive Masters of Business Administration, University of Oxford, UK
- LLM Computer & Communications Law, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
- Bar of England & Wales, BPP Law School, London, UK
- MA (Cantab) English, University of Cambridge, UK
Caro Robson is a British national, working as a Senior Legal Advisor at Milieu since October 2021. She holds an Executive Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Oxford (with distinction), Masters of Computer & Communications Law degree from Queen Mary, University of London (with distinction), and Batchelor’s degree from Trinity College, University of Cambridge (MA (Cantab)). She was made a Fellow of Information Privacy by the International Association of Privacy Professionals in 2018.
Ms Robson was admitted to the Bar of England and Wales in 2006, following successful completion of the UK’s equivalent of the Juris Doctorate, and practised as a Criminal and Regulatory Barrister before specialising in Data, Technology and Information Law, in which she has over 12 years of experience. She has over 10 years of project management experience, having worked for the UK Government in policy and operational legal advisory roles, and with governments, international organisations and multi-national businesses on projects for the implementation of new legislation, development of new technology and during the Afghan conflict to enhance the human rights and counter-terrorism capabilities of the Afghan state. She has designed, led and implemented Data Protection organisational reform programs for two major multi-nationals, designing and implementing tools and processes to make multiple complex legal requirements simple and intuitive for organisational clients. Ms Robson is also an expert advocate and thought leader in the fields of Data Governance, Privacy and New Technology, including as expert advisor to several governments on Privacy, Cyber and Data legislation (including Middle East, Africa and UK Governments).