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Commercial lawyer

Commercial lawyer

  • Be part of a technology team advising on IP and commercial agreements for a diverse range of client companies.
  • Clients include blue-chip and smaller tech companies, universities, research institutions and healthcare companies.
  • As part of a team, you will advise on commercial agreements, IP and licensing for the technology sector.
  • Candidate must be ambitious, hard-working and commercially focused, and analytical, with good interpersonal skills.
  • Salary ranges from £33,000 to £48,000. Work may involve cutting-edge areas such as FinTech, robotics and blockchain.

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