Private Practice

Commercial IT Associate

Commercial IT Associate

  • Bristows are currently seeking a Commercial IT Associate (3-5 years' PQE) to join our team in London
  • Our IT practice covers work including ICT contracting, BPO projects, e-commerce, digital media and web-based issues
  • Candidates should be accustomed to assuming a high level of responsibility on transactions
  • An interest in technology is essential, though a science background is not necessary for this role
  • This is an exciting opportunity to help grow a Commercial IT practice with a prestigious platform of skills and clients

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