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23rd February, 2018

GDPR and Canon Law

Following an invitation from the Catholic Insurance Service and the Canon Law Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Ed Morgan will deliver annual training to members of the society from across the UK.  Primarily directed to judicial vicars and other judicial personnel, the training will focus upon the implications of GDPR. 

The training will be held in London on 28 February 2018. Ed is currently serving on a working committee of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales formulating national guidance in this important area.  

Edward Morgan

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