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Mid-Senior Associate - TMT (Cyber Security & Data Privacy)

Mid-Senior Associate - TMT (Cyber Security & Data Privacy)

  • About the Firm: Clifford Chance LLP is a multinational law firm headquartered in London, United Kingdom, and a member of the "Magic Circle". It is one of the ten largest law firms in the world measured both by number of lawyers and revenue.
  • About the role: We are seeking to appoint a Mid-Senior Associate - TMT (Cyber Security & Data Privacy) in our London office.
  • Looking For: We are seeking a mid to senior level lawyer who has outstanding experience within the Cyber Security and Data Privacy space. In all cases you should have first class legal ability coupled with a practical commercial approach, excellent drafting and communication skills and enjoy being part of a friendly outgoing team.
  • Opportunities: Lawyers in the group have the opportunity to gain top quality experience across a diverse range of cyber security and data privacy including: outsourcing, IT, telecoms, HR and business process services; and online trading and payment systems; Software development, licensing and distribution; protection and exploitation of intellectual property rights; encryption, electronic signatures and trusted third parties; and data protection and trans-border data flows.
  • And more: You will have a first-class legal ability coupled with a practical commercial approach, excellent drafting and communication skills and enjoy being part of a friendly outgoing team. You should demonstrate strong communication and analytical skills along with a high level of commercial awareness. You will have an exceptional track record, probably gained at a City firm, or at an overseas common law practice with a highly regarded profile.

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