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PSL - Intellectual Property and Technology

PSL - Intellectual Property and Technology

  • About the Firm: Squire Patton Boggs is a full-service global law firm.
  • About the Firm: Squire Patton Boggs is a full-service global law firm.
  • The Role: Our IP&T team are looking for either a PSL, or a IP&T/Commercial Lawyer looking to move into a PSL role, who would be dedicated to providing a number of key services, to all fee-earner colleagues within the IP&T Practice Group.
  • Opportunities: Whether you are in a similar role or stepping away from a fee-earning position, this is a fantastic way to add real value to our IP&T practice, both internally and for clients. This is a varied role where you will utilise your in-depth legal knowledge to promote and instil technical excellence.
  • And more: We act for clients across a variety of industry sectors and are well known for providing specialist advice within financial services, advertising, and media, IT, telecoms and recruitment. We advise on all aspects of IP&T law ranging from commercial contracts, IT, IP and data protection advice.

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