Katherine Britton, CIPP/US, CIPM


Professional Case Management, Inc

Privacy Counsel

Katherine Elvira Britton, Esq. is an attorney with her own law practice and is an affiliate professor at the University of North Texas Dallas College of Law in Dallas, Texas. 

Katherine advises clients and trains management and employees on compliance with federal and state privacy and data security laws, best practices, and self-regulatory programs, specifically focusing on issues involving emerging technologies. She evaluates clients’ compliance with federal, state, and self-regulatory requirements relating to the storage, transfer, sharing, and disposal of customer personal information. Katherine drafts privacy policies, social media policies, and terms of use agreements for websites and applications tailored to clients’ business practices and implements changes to existing policies to address current and future data collection and use.

Katherine earned her J.D. in 2007 from The John Marshall Law School, where she was an editor for The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, and her B.A. in 2004 from Tulane University.  Katherine is a Certified Information Privacy Professional and is admitted to the bars in Illinois, the District of Columbia, and Texas.


Contributions by Katherine Britton

  • Privacy and Security Issues Surrounding Covid-19 Tracking Apps
    Speaker at Virtual Dallas KnowledgeNet: August 21, 2020