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Our Team \ Chris Bridges (Executive Editor)

Biography

Chris is an IT and Data Protection solicitor at a top 20 full service firm, having graduated from the University of Birmingham with a 2:1 in Law in 2013. He also contributes to Computers & Law and other sector specific publications.

Chris is the Founder and Executive Editor of Keep Calm Talk Law, which he set up to provide free high quality commentary in a clear and understandable manner, regardless of legal experience. To this day, Keep Calm Talk Law maintains its original publishing ethos: commentary that requires no prior knowledge of the topics at hand.

The future for Keep Calm Talk Law looks bright. What started as a student publication has turned into a publication enjoyed equally by non-lawyers, aspiring lawyers and practising lawyers. We continue to maintain our student roots by promoting legal journalism amongst young lawyers, providing them with a unique platform to write alongside their more senior and/or qualified counterparts.

Outside of law, Chris' passion is being on the water. He started competitive sailing as a team racer in 420s and Fireflies, but has since hung up the rule books and red flags, giving into a weakness for the thrill gained from high performance skiffs, until recently competing in the 49er class. He is also slowly working towards a yachtmaster, with a clear, allbeit distant, retirement plan to cruise around the Caribbean.


Articles by Chris

The Biggest Challenges Facing the Legal Profession in 2016 17th February 2016

Two Years On, Keep Calm Talk Law’s Legacy is Expanding 11th November 2015

Public Service Broadcasting Pt II: Cutting The Licence Fee 7th August 2015

Public Service Broadcasting Pt I: How Do We Compare? 6th August 2015

Rightsinfo: Play Your Part In Awakening The British Public 27th April 2015

Vidal-Hall v Google: Can Big Brother Be Defeated? 30th March 2015

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