Private Practice

Digital Economy, Sr. Associate

Digital Economy, Sr. Associate

  • Ashurst are seeking an experienced Digital Economy Associate to join the TMT Team in our London office
  • The London Digital Economy Group specialises in telecoms, media, technology, outsourcing, data and IP
  • Clients include Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, BP, Credit Agricole, Crossrail, Facebook and Google
  • You will have the opportunity to lead on projects and develop client relationships with both existing and new clients
  • You must be able to demonstrate understanding of issues faced by clients in the face of the developing digital economy

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