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Associate - IPT

Associate - IPT

  • Seeking a mid-level associate (3-6 PQE) to work within DLA Piper's Technology, Data and Commercial team, based in London
  • Work on major and repeat mandates for blue chip/household name clients across a range of different sectors
  • Workload includes large scale outsourcing projects, and cloud and digital transformation and services contracts
  • You will have strong IT contracting experience (outsourcing and cloud contracting experience an advantage)
  • We offer exceptional career opportunities to our lawyers in a truly challenging and rewarding environment


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