Private Practice

Senior Commercial & Technology Lawyer

Senior Commercial & Technology Lawyer

  • Our practice is global, operating from innovation clusters in the UK and Asia. With 28 partners and 80 lawyers across our offices in London, Cambridge and Singapore we help entrepreneurial clients make great things happen, whatever their size and sector.
  • We are looking for a Senior Associate (5+ PQE) to join our highly regarded Commercial and Technology Team, to be based in our London office.
  • Our Commercial and Technology team includes lawyers with PhD and science degrees, who have a deep understanding of what’s involved in creating and developing a technology business.
  • You should have experience of working on a broad range of commercial matters and with strong experience of directly negotiating commercial agreements for a variety of domestic and international clients.
  • You need to demonstrate a passion in relation to the advancement of technology and its commercial application and also the ability to fit seamlessly into working with our clients, advising on their business needs.

Taylor Vinters LLP

Taylor Vinters is an international law firm supporting the businesses which drive the innovation economy, and the entrepreneurs and private wealth that underpin them.

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