Non-contentious Commercial and IP Solicitor - City of London - Job Vacancy

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  • Location: London, England
  • Salary: Any per annum
  • Contact: stephen@qedlegal.com
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Added: 6/19/2017 9:49:02 AM
  • Start Date: ASAP
Non-contentious Commercial and IP Solicitor - City of London



A UK top 100 commercial firm based in the City of London are looking to recruit into their renowned Commercial and IP team with a particular focus within the advertising and marketing practice.



You will have between 1 and 4 years PQE and have excellent knowledge of IP law including matters such as advising clients on advertising regulatory issues, such as dealing with ASA complaints, advising on IP infringement risks and compliance with the CAP Code.



Unlike a lot of City firms this team have a great work life balance and still maintain a very high calibre of clients. This is an excellent opportunity for a Junior Solicitor to join a market leading team and firm, leading to fantastic options for career growth.



If you are interested in this non-contentious Commercial and IP Solicitor role please apply now using the appropriate links or give Stephen a call today for a confidential discussion about the opportunity.

Contact Stephen Knight to apply for job

Contact Stephen Knight to apply for Non-contentious Commercial and IP Solicitor - City of London vacancy

Call on: 0203 3322990

Or email: stephen@qedlegal.com


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