Kathryn Dalziel is one of New Zealand's leading privacy specialists having practiced in Privacy Law since the Privacy Act was enacted in 1993. Kathryn gives practical advice to a wide range of clients in privacy law including individuals, state sector agencies, local government, and business: both nationally and internationally.
Kathryn is regularly engaged to present seminars and papers at conferences on privacy and has published "The Privacy Act For Schools" through the Office of the Privacy Commissioner and has authored the Information and Privacy Chapter in "Health Care and the Law".
Kathryn is regularly asked to comment on privacy issues by the the media (and welcomes approaches by the media). She is authorised to certify attendance at privacy training by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.
Kathryn is able to provide advice and representation across the full spectrum of privacy and information issues.
Kathryn can provide advice and representation in relation to: