Private Practice

Commercial IP/IT Associate

Commercial IP/IT Associate

  • Our award-winning life sciences practice is looking to hire an associate with at least three years’ PQE to be based in the Oxford/London office.
  • The successful candidate will join a team providing comprehensive, business oriented advice, and bringing extensive legal, scientific and industry specific insights to its medical device, pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients.
  • He or she will act for SMEs, larger plcs and multi-national enterprises, providing the full range of legal, commercial and regulatory advice.
  • Penningtons Manches takes an active role in organisations that support the life sciences industry, both on a local level, such as OBN, and internationally, and has strong links to life sciences specialists outside the UK.
  • Excellent academics and experience in a well-regarded life sciences team are a must for this position which offers excellent training and career development in a supportive and collegiate environment.

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