Private Practice

Digital Economy Associate

Digital Economy Associate

  • About the firm: Ashurst has identified the digital economy as one of the five critical areas of focus for the firm on an international basis, and so is investing heavily in developing the Digital Economy Transactions Group in London.
  • About the role: You will have responsibility for developing client relationships with both existing and new clients, and drafting and reviewing legal documents and agreements.
  • Looking for: You should have private practice experience with a leading TMT team, possibly augmented with relevant in-house experience.
  • Opportunities: This represents an exciting opportunity to be part of a developing, strategic, practice in a firm that is putting strategic and financial backing behind its growth.
  • And more: This is not a TMT job. It is a job for someone who is currently a TMT lawyer, who wants to do something more – to be something more - in the new digital economy.

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