Lokke Moerel specialises in ICT and data protection law and chairs De Brauw's global data privacy and security practice. She advises multinationals on their global ICT and e-commerce strategy and compliance. Lokke also heads the working group, which includes chief privacy officers of leading Dutch multinationals, that developed Binding Corporate Rules in consultation with the Dutch Data Protection Authority. These Binding Corporate Rules have received EU-wide approval. Lokke is consistently ranked as a leader in ICT and data protection law in Chambers Global and Legal 500.
Lokke is also professor of Global ICT Law at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT) of Tilburg University. She chairs the Annual Kluwer Privacy Conference and teaches the outsourcing curriculum of the Grotius Post Graduate Course in ICT Law of Nijmegen University. Lokke is a member of the OECD Volunteer Expert Group evaluating the OECD Privacy Principles and arbitrator and mediator with WIPO and the Dutch Institute for ICT Disputes. She authored the first Dutch textbooks on international outsourcing and online advertising and many international publications on data protection.
Lokke is a member and former board member of the Dutch Association of Information Technology Lawyers and also a member of the supervisory board of the Dutch Breast Cancer Foundation Pink Ribbon, the Dutch World Wild Life Foundation, and of the board of the Rembrandt Association. .
Chambers says ‘she is considered one of the top advisers in the country for strategic and international work’. And that clients consider her "highly active and always abreast of the developments in the market."