Private Practice

Commercial Associate, 2-4 PQE

Commercial Associate, 2-4 PQE

  • About the team: The team supports clients on a variety of work, ranging from large complex deals and strategic high profile legal advice to day to day business as usual work.
  • About the role: We cover the full range of commercial legal work from contract and outsourcing requirements, non-contentious IP advice, competition and procurement law issues to data protection, freedom of information and consumer contracts.
  • Looking for: We are looking for someone who is a team player and would relish the opportunity to work on national and international commercial work advising clients in our chosen sectors.
  • Opportunities: At this stage in your career you may have developed an interest in a particular area of Commercial law and we will encourage you to develop that further.
  • And more: We would also look for someone who would be keen to develop technology solutions with our firm's award winning Legal Technologists to deliver advice to clients in a way that challenges the norms of legal practice.

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