Timothy W. Dickens researches and drafts responses to specific issues involving data privacy, antitrust, and property law. He has reviewed corporate founding documents to analyze specific means of compliance with new regulations and has researched novel forms of liability for data privacy and security issues in the United States.
Prior to joining Ballard Spahr, Tim worked with a Fortune 500 company to develop a privacy compliance roadmap, draft policies and procedures for compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act, revise GDPR compliance policies, and develop procurement processes for data privacy training programs for operations in the United States and EU. Tim also has experience with data breach incident response, remediation, and data privacy compliance audits.
Pro Bono Experience
Recognition & Accomplishments
Certified Information Privacy Professional, United States
Certified Information Privacy Professional, Europe
Certified Information Privacy Professional, Asia
“OneTrust: Bridging ISO 27001 to GDPR,” International Association of Privacy Professionals, IAPP Privacy Risk Study 2017
“Understanding Data Processor's ISO and SOC2 Credentials for GDPR Compliance,” International Association of Privacy Professionals, May 22, 2018
Temple University Beasley School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2021)
Law Faculty Merit Scholarship. Elden S. and Mildred Magaw Memorial Scholarship for Achievements in Contract Law
Richard J. Noonan Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement in Business Law
Intellectual Property Moot Court - Giles Sutherland Best Regional Brief
Boston University (B.A. 2015)