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Sports Specialist Law Firm
Commercial
Associate (1-3PQE)
London

This firm are recognised as one of the UK's top-tier sports law firm catering to prominent names in sports and media industries. Their clientele includes national and international governing bodies, broadcasters, clubs, sponsors, investors, entrepreneurs, digital media and technology companies, and high-profile athletes. The firm's Commercial practice is thriving, and they aim to augment their team with a junior associate experienced in advising on commercial issues.

The role will require you to advise on a wide range of commercial matters, including:

Major events and hosting.
Sponsorship contracts.
Endorsement contracts and image rights.
Supply of goods/services contracts.
Technology and digital contracts.
IP issuesThe team are looking for a junior associate with experience gained at a leading national or international law firm and/or within a relevant in-house role. You should have excellent technical skills and experience of advising on the types of matters noted above. You will also be proactive in business development opportunities for the firm and develop business opportunities, particularly in the Swiss market.

Experience in the sports sector is not a pre-requisite, but you will be expected to display an understanding of the sector and a demonstrable desire to work in it. Experience in advising national and international federations would also be beneficial.

Please apply as directed or confidentially contact Aidan McAvinue at Search Legal for more information. Alternatively, if this role is not for you, I am working a variety of other commercial opportunities with ranked teams in the City London so would be interested to talk to any commercial lawyer.

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age

 

 

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