Charlotte Worlock


Based in England, Charlotte advises insurers with respect to claims and losses under cyber liability, technology, media, intellectual property, and professional liability policies. She is dual-qualified and specialises in providing coverage advice and monitoring counsel with respect to international data privacy and cyber security incidents involving U.S. and UK global corporations and SMEs. Charlotte also regularly advises insurers on the development of new U.S. and UK cyber insurance products. Charlotte is a member of the California bar (2009) and a solicitor of England and Wales (2017), as well as a Certified Information Privacy Professional for both Europe and the U.S. She also holds an LLM in European Legal Studies and a Master of Arts (Honours) from Glasgow University. Charlotte received her Graduate Diploma in Law from the College of Law (2004) and was called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of Middle Temple (2005) (Blackstone Entrance Exhibition (2003), Harmsworth Scholarship (2003), Queen Mother’s Scholarship (2004). Outside work, Charlotte enjoys music, spending time with friends and discovering new places with her husband and their two daughters.

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