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Ibrahim Hasan, Solicitor and Director, Act Now Training
Ibrahim Hasan is a recognised expert on data protection, freedom of information and surveillance law. He writes for the Law Society Gazette as well as other professional journals and is an occasional guest lecturer on the University of Northumbria's LLM in Information Rights Law. Ibrahim was recently made an Honorary Fellow of the Information and Records Management Society.
Frank Rankin has over 20 years' experience as an information governance practitioner. He currently works in NHS Scotland and has previously implemented records management programmes and led on FOI and Data Protection compliance in central and local government organisations. A former chair of the NHS Scotland FOI forum and member of the Scottish Records Advisory Council, Frank has designed and delivered pragmatic training in FOI, Privacy and Records Management across a range of sectors.
Paul is an expert in information rights law especially the Freedom of Information Act. He worked for the UK Parliament as Parliamentary Records Manager. Following this, he worked for the London Mayor, a London Healthcare Trust and the University of London. He is well known in the UK public sector and beyond for his FOI Man blog, and is regularly invited to speak and write about information rights matters.
A hard working and enthusiastic Information Rights practitioner, with a commitment to delivering practical and compliant advice, training and guidance. Tim has strong verbal and written communication skills, the ability to make and successfully implement difficult and unpopular decisions, and a track record of demystifying and explaining difficult and unpopular legislation in a straightforward way.
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