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Commercial IP Associate

Commercial IP Associate

  • Bristows LLP is seeking an experienced Commercial IP Associate to join the team in our London office
  • Our Commercial IP Team acts for clients whose businesses centre on technology, brands or media
  • This role will require first-rate, substantial legal skills and experience and involve a high level of responsibility
  • Candidates should also be ambitious and self-motivated, as well as having excellent interpersonal skills
  • Bristows offers a close knit and relaxed environment, interesting work and the possibility of career progression

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