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Assistant Manager - Commercial Lawyer - Legal Services

Assistant Manager - Commercial Lawyer - Legal Services

  • In this role, you'll assist clients in achieving and maintaining General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance.
  • You will also help clients create, manage, exploit and protect their intellectual property assets as well as to meet the challenges of data management.
  • The applicant will be a commercial lawyer with data protection (DP) and intellectual property (IP) law expertise and experience.
  • The successful applicant will have experience of working with demanding clients across a wide spectrum of size and activities, and will be expert at service delivery.
  • The successful applicant will be expected to take responsibility for servicing and building part of the existing business of the team.


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