Commercial IP/IT Outsourcing Lawyer

7 days left

Location
England, Bristol
Salary
£Market
Posted
28 Mar 2021
Closes
25 Apr 2021
Ref
71805
Contact
Marian Lloyd-Jones
Job Title
Lawyer
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

THE FIRM

A top 100 UK law firm with offices in several locations.

THE ROLES

The IP/IT team is now looking to hire further lawyers to be based eventually in either in Birmingham or Bristol.

The roles are currently home based until it is safe to return to the firm's offices.

Your work will focus on major IT and business process outsourcing projects for the likes of Central Government bodies, NHS bodies, local authorities and central government agencies, as well as private sector companies.

In particular you will work in a multi-disciplinary team on a major outsourcing programme of work, set to run for the next 3-4 years.

ABOUT YOU

A lawyer with 4-7pqe, you will have experience in drafting and negotiating contracts including IT contracts, commercial transactional projects, contract management support and demonstrate a real interest in IT or technology law, with a keenness to develop further.

A commercial lawyer with private practice, in house or public sector experience, you will be ready to play an active role in growing the team and be keen to drive your career forward in a progressive and ambitious practice.

A substantial benefits package is on offer as well as an opportunity to play an active role within the community via the firm's Responsible Business strategy.

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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