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Professional Support Lawyer: TMT, Data, Digital & Outsourcing - FTC Maternity Leave cover

Professional Support Lawyer: TMT, Data, Digital & Outsourcing - FTC Maternity Leave cover

  • About the firm: Herbert Smith Freehills is an international law firm with headquarters in London, United Kingdom and Sydney, Australia. It is consistently listed as one of the most prestigious and elite law firms in the world.
  • The Role: We are seeking to recruit a pro-active Professional Support Lawyer or an associate with at least 4 years PQE to join our team on a fixed term contract to cover a period of maternity leave.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your strong academic history; your TMT, Data Protection and Outsourcing experience gained from within a leading private practice firm; your Excellent attention to detail; and your high level of commercial awareness.
  • Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity to work with our Partners and senior team members to implement our strategy for professional support, practice management, client opportunities and to support our wider TMT, data and outsourcing practice.
  • And more: We are looking for experience across some or all of technology, media, telecommunications, data protection, digital and outsourcing.

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