Arvind Dixit




Dual qualified in law and information technology, Arvind advises on all aspects of technology contracting, data leveraging and protection, privacy, cyber risk resilience, digital transformation, outsourcing, automation and tech regulation across a range of sectors.

He is a trusted advisor to some of Australia’s largest public and private technology innovators, and is particularly sought after for his experience in managing complex and business critical technology implementation, data governance projects and high risk cyber breach response matters. Arvind also has substantial expertise in handling the IP, technology and data protection aspects of tech-driven corporate transactions.

Arvind has practised in the tech law field for over 17 years, and is recognised as a leading practitioner in the areas of IT, IP and data protection in various independent legal directories. He is a lead partner in Corrs Cyber, chairs Corrs’ Cultural Diversity Steering Committee and India Country Business Group, and is on the editorial panel of Lexis Nexis’ Internet Law Bulletin.

Key deals


Advising in relation to the outsourcing of Medibank’s entire IT infrastructure environment as part of an infrastructure as a service delivery model.


Advising the Victorian Government on the implementation of its whole of government API gateway for the sharing of government datasets, and advising the City of Greater Geelong and the City of Stonnington in relation to their digital transformation programs of work.


Acted as lead counsel on Flybuys’ core technology contracting arrangements, and digital and advertising based product offerings.

International brands

Acting as Australian counsel in relation to data, privacy, consumer law, and customer loyalty for various international brands including Guess, Furla, Richemont, Kering, Hugo Boss, Chopard, Dr Wolff and Petronas.


Advising ebay on the regulation of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and cryptocurrencies in the context of online purchases.

Aboriginal Flag

Acting for the creator of the Aboriginal Flag, Mr Harold Thomas, in relation to the assignment of the intellectual property rights in the flag to the Commonwealth of Australia.


Advising AGL on regulatory and marketing matters associated with the launch and promotion of its telecommunications product offerings.


Advising Canva in relation to privacy and content moderation and platform liability matters in Australia, and coordinating a team of global counsel in relation to these issues.