Work for us
Steve Jobs said that the only way to do great work is to love what you do. We’d agree. We love what we do and how we do it.
Our style is more Silicon Valley than Savile Row. Shared work spaces, a relaxed and open working environment is what we’re all about, along with a rich mix of individuals and talent.
The more diverse our workforce, the better. It means we have access to more talent, ideas and points of view. So we don’t care about your ethnicity, gender, age or where you went to school. What we do look for is a passion for the law and for technology. If you’re a great lawyer who gets how quickly technology is changing the way we live and you want to help steer that future, then we’d like to hear from you. We request ‘blind’ CVs, to help us break through any bias in the way we recruit. Flexible and part time working are another way we can attract a wider mix of candidates.
Steve Jobs went on to say that if you haven’t found the right job yet, keep looking. Think about looking at us. If you’d share our style and approach to business, then please contact email@example.com.
We have the following roles available
Commercial technology senior associate – health sector focus
We are currently seeking a health sector specialist to join our growing team. We are looking for somebody who can demonstrate:
- Strong academic achievement with a minimum 2:1 degree;
- Around 5 years’ solid experience;
- Experience of health sector commercial/intellectual property and regulatory work, with experience of advising in relation to medical regulatory issues, medical devices and clinical trials; and
- A desire and ability to develop client relationships, build business and the practice.
Data lawyer / transactional IP lawyer (3-5 PQE)
We are looking for a lawyer to join our market leading commercial technology team, focussing on data licensing. In recent years, our volume of data licensing work, and in particular financial market data licensing, has been increasing, and we are looking for an lawyer with experience in this sector to join the team.
The role involves assisting clients with their full range of data licensing issues: from large licensing projects related to M&A activity, to guidance on changing data suppliers, to strategic stand-alone licences, to putting in place a data management strategy and drafting the necessary licences, to day-to-day data licensing issues.
The vast majority of the work is non-contentious, and so significant litigation experience is not required, however familiarity with the issues in licence remediation would be helpful. Where matters become truly contentious, we have a separate litigation team who would be involved.
We have a separate ‘personal data’ (data protection) team. The successful candidate would not be part of that team, but may work with them from time to time. The role also involves managing other more junior members of the department, from time to time. Support would be provided in this management and development of these skills.
The candidate is expected to also be involved in the department’s more general ‘commercial tech’ work as required. This is not intended to be the primary focus of the role however.
The ideal candidate would have a range of experience acting for data licensors and/or licensees, including financial market data. This candidate would have a range of types of experience here: some experience in the ‘day-to-day’ pragmatism clients expect when working with volume or low value data, but also having experience of strategic, sensitive or contentious licensing issues. A thorough familiarity with English contract law is required.
Employment lawyer (4-6 PQE)
We are looking for a senior employment lawyer with expertise in respondent based work. The successful candidate should have experience working at a larger firm. Financial services experience would also be a bonus.
- Adtech & martech
- Artificial intelligence
- Cloud computing
- Complex & sensitive investigations
- Cryptocurrencies & blockchain
- Data analytics & big data
- Data breaches
- Data rights
- Digital commerce
- Digital content risk
- Digital health
- Digital media
- Digital infrastructure & telecoms
- Emerging businesses
- Financial services
- KLick DPO
- Open banking
- Software & services