Private Practice

Commercial IP/IT Lawyer

Commercial IP/IT Lawyer

  • PwC is looking for a talented and ambitious Commercial / IP / IT lawyer with over 4 years’ experience.
  • You will supervise and mentor junior lawyers and paralegals to aid their development.
  • At PwC we link synergies between departments to deliver the optimum client experience.
  • You will have clear, articulate and confident written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • You will have a choice of working from Belfast, Birmingham or Leeds with a link to London.

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