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Associate/Senior Associate - Commercial & Technology and Competition & Regulatory

Associate/Senior Associate - Commercial & Technology and Competition & Regulatory

  • About the Firm: Stevens & Bolton is one of the largest firms in the South outside London and is independently recognised as one of the UK's leading national law firms with top quality clients and excellent work.
  • About the role: We are looking for great lawyers to join our renowned Commercial & Technology practice, which includes our prestigious Competition & Regulatory team, with roles at various levels.
  • Looking For: We are looking for strong team players with good inter-personal skills, good academics and high-quality experience – typically with a major City or leading national/regional practice – who have a commercial approach and excellent technical, communication and negotiation skills.
  • Opportunities: As part of the team, you will advise on commercial contracts, we also have specialists dedicating a significant proportion of their time to competition, consumer law, data protection, EU law or franchising matters.
  • And more: The range of the work undertaken means we can accommodate a variety of experiences and aspirations: you might be a commercial generalist looking to continue this type of work, a commercial lawyer who wishes to develop specialist expertise, or a specialist competition or regulatory lawyer looking to broaden your practice to a wider variety of sectors or work types.

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