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Associate- Consumer and Advertising (Mid level)

Associate- Consumer and Advertising (Mid level)

  • About the Firm: Bird & Bird LLP is an international law firm which supports organisations being changed by technology or the digital world.
  • About the role: An outstanding opportunity has arisen for a bright, entrepreneurial and ambitious associate to join our internationally recognised Commercial group, with a particular focus on consumer law and advertising regulations.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your intellectual curiosity and an interest in keeping abreast of this fast-moving area of law; your ability to work directly with clients and able to distil complex legal advice in a clear, precise and commercial manner; your ability to juggle multiple matters at the same time; and your desire to support business development activity both internal and external, creating and maintaining strong client relationships and identifying new business opportunities
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to will work with an exciting list of instantly recognisable consumer brands, including leading sports organisations, media businesses, luxury brands, food and beverage businesses and digital businesses, such as online marketplaces and start-ups.
  • And more: You will be given the opportunity and support to develop the skills to mentor, supervise and take responsibility for more junior associates and trainees. The

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