Data Protection Lawyer, central London.

Recruiter
Location
London, England
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
05 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Oct 2017
Ref
EOJ276204
Contact
Emily Oakes
Sector/Practice Area
Intellectual Property, Data Protection
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Full time

An experienced data protection lawyer is wanted for a lucrative opportunity with a leading top 20 law firm, based in the City. This role will suit both junior and more experienced solicitors who are looking to specialise in top tier quality data privacy work. The salary and benefits will be competitive.

My client is one of the driving forces is the world of data protection, with a developing and ultra-specialist team and outstanding client base. The firm is also well regarded for its commercial, competition, trade, tax and corporate work.

The successful data protection lawyer will be joining the infamous technology team in a data focused role. The ability to advise on GDPR is essential for this role, as well as managing a full case load of international data transfers, negotiating and drafting data privacy notices and agreements. The teams client base is multi-jurisdictional, which in turn offers lots of varied and challenging work.

Applications are invited from candidates who have 6 months - 3 years PQE, have a stellar academic record and ideally come from another big technology/IT team in London. In addition, candidates must be technically strong and be commercially aware.

To be considered or to find out more about this data protection lawyer role, please call Emily Oakes for a confidential discussion.

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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