Intellectual Property/Information Technology Solicitor

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Location
England, Bristol
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
26 Mar 2021
Closes
23 Apr 2021
Ref
CJJ921938494
Contact
Christopher Jenkinson
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Intellectual Property/Information Technology Solicitor

Associate Level

Top 100 International Law Firm

Bristol

Chadwick Nott have recently been instructed by one of our top tier (Legal 500/Chambers) clients in Bristol. The firm seek to add to their thriving Commercial offering with an Associate-level Solicitor with expertise in intellectual property and IT matters, to play a key role in their team.

Successful candidates will find themselves joining a high quality and supportive team, with an excellent range of work. They can expect to assist and lead on the delivery of advice to a variety of stakeholders, particularly within public sector organisations and major national government bodies as well as large private commercial companies.

The work is focused on high-value, long-term projects including but not limited to advising on outsourcing, IT infrastructure and support service agreements on complex and interesting projects. Candidates can expect to be given extensive direct client involvement quickly and offered opportunities to progress within the department and firm based on merit and attainment.

The ideal candidate should have one to four years' PQE and in particular, expertise in advising on a wide array of commercial contracts and procurement, as well as non-contentious intellectual property matters.

 

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