Amy Smyth is a knowledge management lawyer for the Data and Technology Transactions Practice of Latham & Watkins and is based in the London office.

Ms. Smyth has extensive experience in a broad range of technology, commercial law, data, and intellectual property matters, including complex data governance and technology licensing issues. She has a particular focus on data protection and cyber security.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Smyth spent five years as in-house legal counsel in a major global bank, where she advised on a wide range of technology, data, and intellectual property topics including on a significant number of fintech and innovation projects.

Previous to her in-house legal experience, Ms. Smyth practised as an associate in the Technology Transactions Practice of Latham & Watkins, during which time she undertook a secondment to the legal team of a major UK bank, before re-joining the firm and the Practice as a knowledge management lawyer.

Bar Qualification

  • England and Wales (Solicitor)