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Commercial and Technology (Data) Lawyer (NQ-3 PQE)

Commercial and Technology (Data) Lawyer (NQ-3 PQE)

  • About the Firm: Taylor Vinters is a law firm that works with innovative and entrepreneurially minded people and businesses.
  • About the role: We are looking for an Associate (NQ-3 PQE) to join our highly regarded Commercial and Technology Team, to be based in our Cambridge.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your expertise and keen interest in a broad range of data protection and privacy related matters, ideally coupled with experience of applying the relevant legal principles, as well as how to commercialise and use data effectively within technology and entrepreneurial businesses.
  • Opportunities: You will be someone who wants a mix of improving the breadth and range of your experience whilst taking increasing responsibility and ownership of clients.
  • We will expect you to get involved in business development and networking opportunities, and take every chance to drive your career forward. In exchange, we will support you by providing lots of client contact, exposure to interesting work and an environment in which you can rapidly develop your skills and knowledge.

Taylor Vinters LLP

Taylor Vinters is an international law firm supporting the businesses which drive the innovation economy, and the entrepreneurs and private wealth that underpin them.


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