Lorraine is one of only four accredited specialists in data protection and freedom of information law in Scotland. With over 15 years of experience in her field, she advises both public and private sector clients including regulators, law enforcement agencies, colleges and universities, as well as private individuals and estates.
Lorraine previously worked for the Scottish Information Commissioner for eight years. She has been a guest lecturer at the University of Glasgow in FOI law. For the last 10 years she has regularly led masterclass sessions and spoken at major information law conferences and events, and has tailored bespoke training packages for public authorities, civil society and media.
She has held a number of voluntary positions, including as an Area Convener for Children’s Hearings, and as a member of the Law Society of Scotland’s Practising Certificate Sub-Committee.
An avid traveller, Lorraine loves exploring new corners of the world, especially sampling different culinary offerings. At home, Lorraine enjoys testing her DIY skills on home improvements, often with a true crime podcast playing in her ear.