Associate/Senior Associate/Principal Associate - Technology Lawyer
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What does the role involve?We are looking for technology lawyers or commercial lawyers with a strong interest in technology law work (IT and Data Protection) to work in our National IT and Data Protection Team - we are flexible on which of our offices in which you would like to be based - Birmingham, Cambridge, Leeds, Manchester, Norwich. You will undertake a wide range of technology law work across a range of different industry sectors. Work will include advising a range of clients from innovative start-ups to global corporates, on IT, E-commerce, Data Protection and Commercial arrangements.
Why should I apply?Mills & Reeve offer the opportunity to further your career and develop your skills through delivering high quality work for leading clients, alongside exceptional technology law partners who are independently recognised as amongst the best in the UK. We advise on the full range of technology law work, including: Cloud/SaaS, Cyber, Software Development, Outsourcing, Data Protection Compliance Projects. Our projects also include 'cutting edge' technology law work - as can be seen from recent examples including, advising a leading automotive company on its global Connected Car project, a global Data Protection compliance project involving a new Crypto-Exchange and Crypto-Currency using Blockchain technology, advising a NASDAQ listed company on the Data Protection implications of the deployment of facial recognition systems using neural network AI technology and advising a NYSE listed company on a Cyber-breach.
Who will I be working with?Our National IT and Data Protection Team is headed by Jagvinder Singh Kang, who has been inducted into Legal 500‘s official "Hall of Fame". Chambers and Partners notes: "Jagvinder Singh Kang is one of the most respected technology lawyers in the market. He advises large corporate customers and vendors on the implementation of sophisticated technology projects...If you want a lawyer who can nail every point, he is your man." Our firm‘s Technology Sector is headed by Kevin Calder, who is also recognised as a leading individual by Legal 500 as well as Chambers and Partners. You will work alongside Jagvinder and Kevin, as well as our other fantastic technology law partners and our national team.
What experience is required?We have a number of roles, ranging from junior to more senior technology lawyer roles. You should have at least 2+ years post qualification experience. You will have good technical skills in commercial and technology law. You will be enthusiastic and pragmatic in your approach to delivering legal advice to clients. In return, you will have the opportunity and freedom to develop relationships with clients, whilst also being involved in a range of business development and other initiatives - so you will have genuine opportunities to advance your skills and career.
What skills and attributes would I need?You will be able to demonstrate your interest in technology law, possess good academics, have excellent attention to detail, drafting skills, and negotiating skills. You will have good organisational skills to manage clients‘ needs and timelines, with a pro-active approach to work. You should be willing to learn and develop, demonstrate enthusiasm for becoming involved in business development initiatives, and show a good team-working approach whilst possessing a keen sense of humour.
Disclosure and barring service checkThis post is also subject to a satisfactory response from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to check for any previous criminal convictions
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