Private Practice
  • Bird & Bird are currently seeking a junior-mid level Associate to join our Commercial Practice Group in London
  • You will support both technology related projects and the day to day tech-related contracting requirements of clients
  • Work covers matters from licensing, cloud, SaaS and IoT agreements to outsourcings, procurements and tech implementation
  • Candidates will require at least three years' solid post-qualification experience gained in a leading firm
  • Ideally, candidates will also have had good experience of interactions with clients

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