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Here are the current opportunities:

Promontory Privacy & Data Protection Analyst Co-op (Two Internships available to begin in September 2019)

Application email:

How to apply: All candidates should apply with a covering letter and their CV to:; with the subject line ‘SCL Application for Privacy & Data Protection Analyst Co-op'.

Location: London, UK (near Liverpool Street/Bank)


The Analyst Co-op position is the Promontory equivalent of an internship. It is the first step in your career with Promontory Financial Group, an IBM Company where you will combine learning more about the privacy field with practical work experience. As an Analyst Co-op, you will you will have a unique hands-on experience in business development, client work, and other projects. You will be challenged to develop your knowledge in our areas of expertise and our client’s business issues while building your skills in communications, problem solving, and consulting. Promontory has provided privacy assistance to a range of clients and sectors, including media, pharmaceutical, insurance, technology and financial services, with designing and deploying major global privacy programs. If you're passionate about privacy and data protection issues, regulatory matters, consulting and about building your future with one of the industry's premier firms, consider joining our team!

Roles and Responsibilities

You will provide support to projects involving strategic regulatory and qualitative analysis, project management, and research. You will gather, analyze, and interpret material related to the scope of the project, prepare presentations and participate in crafting other documents for the project team and client. As a team member, you will assist with project planning, team organization, and coordination.
Roles and responsibilities will include:

  • Supporting business development activities, including researching target organizations and markets, and preparation of proposal documentation and presentations
  • Preparing operational process flows, draft recommendations for GDPR and privacy related compliance programmes
  • Reviewing and analysing client written materials, such as policies, procedures, business processes and governance artefacts
  • Contributing to the design and launch of our Managed Privacy Services (MPS) proposition by developing and enabling the delivery of effective and repeatable MPS services (i.e. privacy impact assessment methodologies, etc.)

Required Professional and Technical Expertise

At Promontory, we look for a wide range of background, skills and attributes in our employees, most importantly candidates who are motivated and dedicated to continuous growth and improvement and who possess exceptional intellectual curiosity, persistence and creativity in problem solving.

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant subject, specifically in legal, information technology and/or policy related fields, with outstanding academics gained from a leading University
  • Enthusiastic about gaining an understanding of privacy and data protection consultancy work
  • Ability to work well with a team-oriented focus, but at the same time must be able to perform independent work.
  • Planning, leadership and strong written and oral communication skills are essential, as are attention to detail and pride of workmanship.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Preferred Professional and Technical Expertise

  • Ability and confidence, through education or experience, in the analysis of legal or regulatory requirements
  • Understanding of privacy and cybersecurity legal and regulatory landscape and a good awareness of current hot topics in privacy, data protection and innovative technologies
  • Prior relevant experience in project management of matters involving data privacy, information/cyber security and information management would be an asset, but is not mandatory

About the Business Unit:

Promontory Financial Group, an IBM Company, excels at helping clients resolve critical issues, particularly those with a regulatory dimension. Promontory professionals have unparalleled regulatory experience and insight and provide our clients with frank, proactive advice informed by best practices and regulatory expectations. Promontory is a leading strategy, risk management, and regulatory compliance consulting firm focusing on the financial services industry. Our professionals, with deep expertise gained through decades of leadership at regulatory bodies and Fortune 100 corporations, help entities understand and implement global and national regulation.

Promontory’s Privacy team is involved in some of the most pressing data protection and privacy issues of the day, including: breach notification, incident handling, and information security; international data transfers and data localization; privacy considerations and digital ethics relating to innovative technologies such as cloud, adtech, blockchain, machine learning/AI, big data analytics; and, privacy by design. Alongside the U.K. privacy team and privacy ‘Centre of Excellence’ based in London, we have an extensive global presence within the wider Promontory and IBM networks as well as international clientele and projects. 

Technology/Commercial Lawyer (1-2 PQE), based at our HQ in Nyon, Switzerland

UEFA is the governing body of European football and owns, organises and stages certain international football competitions including the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA European Championship.  

We are looking for a qualified practising junior commercial lawyer with a particular interest in technology law. The successful candidate would support our Legal Counsel (an SCL member) in the delivery of legal advice and support for UEFA’s internal and competition-related technology needs, which would involve daily contact with UEFA’s ICT, Digital and Innovation teams.  

On a day to day basis, the role will involve the preparation and delivery of legal advice in relation to:

  • the development and operation of (including the development of apps, hosting arrangements, licences and other website activities)
  • corporate and event (football competition) related ICT supply and implementation (including procurement tenders and preparation and negotiation of all relevant agreements)
  • the delivery and set up of events and related activities of UEFA’s Innovation team, and their relationship with companies developing new technologies in football

 The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate the following qualities:

  • Ability to provide clear, concise and practical advice following a review of a range of documentation
  • Solid understanding of intellectual property and data privacy laws
  • Excellent drafting, negotiating and communication skills in English (other languages than English would be an advantage - but not a prerequisite)
  • Team spirit, client orientation, professionalism
  • Good judge of risks and situations
  • Flexibility (working hours and availability)

This is an exciting opportunity to grow your career at a globally-recognised organisation and help shape world-class events and services alongside experienced and talented colleagues.

Please click on this link to read more and apply


The environment you’ll be working in
Agilisys is a leading employee-owned IT services provider, delivering digital transformation through a suite of world-class citizen-centric technology products as well as centres of operational excellence around the UK.

Agile and fast paced – it’s never dull.

You’ll be part of the Commercial & Legal team working with the head of legal, commercial managers and across all areas of the business. 

You’ll be based at our office Hammersmith.

The work you’ll be doing
The workload will be a broad range of commercial work and will include: 

  • bid support
  • negotiating and drafting client and supplier contracts
  • supporting the business where required post contract signature
  • advising on disputes 

In addition, you’ll be involved in creating contract templates for new services as well as advising on employment, data privacy and commercial property.

There will be regular straightforward tasks such as change control, novation, NDAs.

The person we’re looking for
You’ll have experience in complex commercial transactions ideally in technology with an interest in technology businesses. 

You’ll be willing to work on areas of bids and transactions beyond the pure legal work.  

A familiarity with public sector and procurement process is helpful but not mandatory.

You need to be flexible; comfortable dealing with changing priorities and deadlines and new and developing services, accommodating the demands of internal clients.

You’ll be resilient and robust, able to complete tasks independently and have sound judgement.

You’ll be a qualified solicitor (5 – 10-year PQE) currently working in-house or in a law firm with a university degree (2:1). 

The skills you’ll need 
Understanding of the technical and commercial aspects of transactions and services and be able to communicate clearly on these.

Strong legal knowledge and able to apply practically and explain clearly to non-lawyers. 

Excellent plain English drafting skills and attention to detail.  

Some of Commercial & Legal’s priorities
In the context of provision of new and developing technology services:

  • Driving astute bidding/ contract negotiation and guiding the business through delivery phase
  • Increase maturity of “contractual” and commercial thinking in the business teams
  • Further embed and refine existing bid and contract management procedures 
  • Champion compliance with Information Security

What's in it for you?
Agilisys is an employee owned organisation that delivers success through innovation, working with public sector partners to help them transform services that make a real difference to millions of people across the UK.

At Agilisys, we are passionate about people who are passionate about technology and digital disruption. We pride ourselves on our integrity towards our colleagues and our clients and strive to be the transformation and operating partner of choice to the public sector.

We are collaborative in the way we work, and our agile and dynamic environment poses a number of opportunities for exposure to new technologies and ways of working. As an Employee Owned business, our people are our main asset, and everyone has a real say in the direction that the business is heading.

As a valued employee owner, you will be entitled to receive the below corporate benefits:

  • Pension Scheme
  • Health Insurance
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Being an Employee Owner as part of the EOT
  • Life Assurance
  • Flexible working
  • Access to exclusive discounts and offers with a variety of retail providers through Agilisys “Perks at Work” scheme

Agilisys operates as an equal opportunities employer and we welcome all applications regardless of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, religion or beliefs, disability, age, political opinions or trade union membership.

For further information or to apply please email Charles Dubuisson at

Position: Technology/Commercial Lawyer (London based)

Bortstein Legal Group is a technology, privacy and cybersecurity boutique law firm in London and New York. We are almost all former in-house lawyers and advise customers when they buy in technology and services. Our client base includes global investment and commercial banks, insurers, asset managers, private equity and hedge funds. 

We are looking for enthusiastic, smart and capable lawyers to join our team in London. Based in our office in the City of London combined with remote/flexible working within reach of clients in London. Please get in touch if you have commercial and technology (particularly cloud) experience, ideally gained partly in-house or on client secondment. Data protection, cyber security and regulatory experience a definite bonus, especially in the financial services industry. Commercial acumen as well as legal expertise are essential attributes for our lawyers.

This is an exciting opportunity to grow and maintain long-term client relationships while working closely with clients’ in-house teams. 

Please contact Benjamin Ross to discuss this role: 

Position: Solicitor – IT Solicitor - 3-7 PQE 
Flexible Location (Birmingham/Worcester/Cheltenham/Thames Valley/Hereford/Cambridge)

IT law is part of our Commercial team, which has a reputation for excellence and wide expertise. Our clients range from start-ups, through to SME’s and large multi-national companies, as well as schools and public sector organisations.  

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a strong technical IT Solicitor to join our busy and growing team where career progression and innovation is actively encouraged. Our IT and IP lawyers mostly focus solely on IT and IP projects but a candidate who wants to do some general commercial work will also be welcome.

The successful candidate will be joining a highly experienced practice that covers a wide range of matters so, we are looking for a highly motivated and ambitious Solicitor, looking for the next step in their career who wants to undertake quality work from the outset. On a day-to-day basis, the work will vary but could include:

  • Software licensing
  • App terms & conditions
  • Software/website development agreements
  • Cloud-services terms
  • Managed services agreements
  • System integration agreements
  • Maintenance & support contracts
  • Service level agreements

We’re flexible on location, and are happy to consider applications from candidates who may wish to work part-time hours. 

In return, we offer a highly competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including 

  • 25 days holiday
  • a competitive pension scheme
  • Life insurance
  • Discounted legal fees
  • Gym membership contribution
  • Parking  
  • iphone 8
  • Cycle to work
  • PES online benefits portal which gives staff access to hundreds of high street discounts.

To apply for this position, please send you CV to 



Legal Advisor / In-house Lawyer

Job Description: 
The Legal Advisor is responsible for tracking the progress of contract negotiations and providing legal advice to BTL colleagues. This is notably to our sales team, but advice will be provided to all teams across the organisation. You will assess contract clauses and weigh up the legal considerations, providing alternative solutions and making recommendations on the best course of action. This role can develop into a managerial and decision-making role. You will enable us to cope with the increased legal workload associated with multiple contract negotiations. You will be part of a small but fast-paced and collaborative legal team that is also very sociable and great fun.

Key accountabilities:
Negotiate, draft and advise on a range of commercial contracts including, but not limited to, SaaS contract clauses (e.g. liability clauses). Assess Intellectual Property (IP) clauses, utilising experience in IT / software licensing contracts to take into account IP considerations. Utilise knowledge of SLAs, penalty clauses and provide advice on acceptability of clauses, when to omit clauses, when to augment clauses to provide the requisite levels of protection. Provide advice on Compliance and Standards issues, such as GDPR, ISO27001, SOC 2. 

Key requirements:
Candidates (from private practice or in-house) will be NQ-2 years’ qualified as an IT/IP commercial contracts lawyer with demonstrable background in commercial contracts and IT/IP law. Whilst support from the two senior lawyers will always be provided, the Legal Advisor should be confident that they are able to work independently. In addition, it is important that the Legal Advisor can gain a good understanding of difficult legal issues quickly and have excellent commercial acumen.

To apply for this role, please submit:

  • Cover Letter highlighting relevant experience
  • Current CV

Closing Date: 
5:00pm Friday 7th December. Please send all applications to with a subject line of Job Application: “Legal Advisor/In-house Lawyer”.

For more Information:
Please contact Miia Nummela-Price at

Job Title: Senior Counsel Solutions and Digital

Function: Legal, Compliance and Intellectual Property

Job Purpose:
Tokyo-headquartered Bridgestone Corporation is the world’s largest manufacturer of tires and other rubber products as one in five vehicles in the world drives on our Bridgestone, Firestone or Dayton tires. We employ over 140,000 people around the world and sell our products in more than 150 countries. 

While our tire manufacturing, wholesale and retail businesses will continue to be the foundation of our company, we have embarked on a journey to exploit the opportunities that the evolving mobility ecosystem is offering. Our most relevant and sophisticated customers need products embedded in services, with sensors in vehicles, parts and stores, through applications and solutions. To answer these customers’ needs, we are accelerate our Solutions Business model and build our digital technology platforms with a blend of services and products which we are developing in our Digital Garage, an open innovation platform, where Bridgestone Marketing, R&D, IT and our external partners work together to leverage on each other’s capabilities. 

To support these new focus areas and initiatives, we are looking for an individual to serve as the key legal and compliance business partner for our Product and Solutions Strategy business of Bridgestone’s Europe, Middle East & Africa Strategic Business Unit (“BSEMEA”), headquartered in Brussels. In addition, our R&D center in Rome (“TCE”), Italy, also houses a component of our Digital Garage, focused in particular on joint development activities with external partners.

The role:
The Senior Counsel will be responsible for the day-to-day legal and compliance support to the Leaders of our Solutions and Digital Garage divisions and their leadership teams as we are building out these groups. Key support areas include the structuring, drafting and negotiating of contracts with external partners, including manufacturers outside the tyre industry, start-ups and scale-ups (and their shareholders) typically in software and digital sectors, research institutes and universities, etc. S/He will identify the need for, and where appropriate develop, legal and compliance policies, procedures, processes and templates, and ensure the consistent application of these throughout the business operations. The Senior Counsel is also responsible for advising the business in regards to compliance & business ethics and will work closely with the Intellectual Property department. Additionally, the Senior Counsel coordinates litigation handled by external law firms in the areas under her/his supervision.

The Senior Counsel reports directly to the BSEMEA General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, while maintaining a close connection with her/his business partners. [S/He will supervise the activities of the counsel primarily supporting TCE.] The role will be based in our Brussels (Zaventem) BSEMEA headquarters. S/He will work closely with all 25+ lawyers based in 12 locations across BSEMEA and serve as a catalyst for the exchange of best practices within the team.

What we offer:
Our business has embarked on a journey of great change, adapting to a digital world where customers expect solutions rather than just products. This requires collaborations and engagements with new and different players in fields outside of our own. It will push us to be agile and creative, ready to reconcile the imperatives of a Fortune 300 global multinational with the need for speed and flexibility in a world of start-ups and smaller companies that we will interact with. In this role, you can be at the heart of where all this is happening and be part of a cross-functional team building our capabilities in a new and exiting evolving technology-driven world. Moreover, you will be part of a young and dynamic team of about 30 lawyers and Intellectual Property professionals many of which have just joined us in the last three years. In addition, the legal function has been selected as the first pilot for creating a global department, spanning all territories and business units. This further creates opportunities for personal deployment and growth.

What we expect you to do and be able to:

  • Acting as a business partner by applying combined business and legal judgment to proposed deals, relationships and other issues requiring legal or compliance attention.
  • Work with the business team as a business partner to (i) identify opportunities to drive the business forward, e.g., working with the business in structuring strategic transactions; and (ii) develop processes and templates for current and new business and commercial models and raising business awareness of the same.
  • Drafting, reviewing and supporting negotiation of business agreements and transactions such as (but not limited to) strategic alliance agreements, joint development agreements, M&A agreements, etc.
  • Advising the business on all legal matters (except for tax, standard credit collection and day-to-day labor and employment law) and drive solutions.
  • Providing hands on legal advice on regulatory, privacy, antitrust and advertising/promotional matters - in conjunction with the regulatory experts in the BSEMEA legal team and the Chief Compliance Officer.
  • Due Diligence and Know Your Customer procedures.
  • Leading dispute resolution and litigation.
  • Managing outside counsel, when brought in to assist.
  • Coordinating the governance of partnerships and alliances entered into.
  • Driving legal and compliance projects to improve efficiency and business responsibility, including using influencing skills to achieve buy-in from all levels of the business.
  • Driving training and awareness around compliance in the BSCIS/BMCIS organisation

What qualifications we request:

  • JD or Masters of Law degree (or equivalent) from a reputable university
  • 5-7 years of relevant legal experience, preferably in a combination of no less than three years in a reputable law firm and a couple of years of relevant in-house legal experience, preferably working with software & digital tools, in start-ups or smaller agile companies involved in joint development projects.
  • Previous experience in identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls.
  • Previous experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in a fast paced environment.
  • Experience managing outside counsel and budgets;
  • As a member of the Senior Counsel’s key clients’ senior management team(s), demonstrated leadership skills and the drive to build relationships and support in a matrixed environment;
  • An investigative focus and the confidence to navigate complex situations, communicate clearly and pursue difficult issues with resourcefulness, optimism and clarity
  • As a strategic partner to the business, have experience as lead counsel in drafting and negotiating a variety of significant and complex transactions
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English. Solid knowledge of at least one other major European language.
  • Good commercial awareness and a pragmatic, solutions-oriented, point of view.
  • Strong values in line with Bridgestone’s behavioral expectations (= Ownership, Agility and Courage).
  • High level of business and personal ethics.

What other attributes we would like you to demonstrate:

  • Expertise in the legal topics associated with software and applications development is strongly desired.
  • Prior experience with start-ups and scale-ups and their governance models is a strong plus.
  • A solid understanding of Intellectual Property matters, in particular in a transactional context is desired.

Bridgestone Leadership Essence
Qualified candidates for this important position will further need to demonstrate the following key attributes of the Bridgestone Leadership Essence:

  • Establishes strategic direction and effectively communicates the vision: Communicates a clear and inspiring vision for the business; drives competitive and innovative strategies and is able to generate alignment around the strategic direction of the company
  • Demonstrates business acumen to achieve results through others: Understands, educates and applies the fundamental business concepts by which a company operates in order to deliver results and create a climate that fosters personal commitment to excellence
  • Promotes and enhances company culture: Champions the organization’s shared values and beliefs
  • Effectively manages across cultures: Achieves effective collaboration, alignment, and communication across multiple dimensions of cultural diversity
  • BOSS focused - serves the customers having the end users in mind: Makes BOSS (end users) and their needs a primary focus of one’s actions; develops and sustains productive relationships with BOSS; leverages BOSS intimacy in the development of new products, services and competitive advantage
  • Demonstrates self-awareness and emotional intelligence: Recognizes one’s personal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and limits. Understands emotions and their effects
  • Intellectually curious in support of learning agility: Actively identifies new areas for learning; regularly creates and takes advantage of learning opportunities; uses newly gained knowledge and skill on the job and learns through their application
  • Embraces and leads change and innovation: Encourages different and innovative approaches to address problems and opportunities; facilitates the implementation and acceptance of change within the organization.

Please contact Jan Menten to apply for this role:

Job description

Preiskel & Co LLP is a specialist TMT City law firm advising on corporate, commercial, litigation and regulatory matters.
The firm’s growing TMT and commercial team is now seeking a junior commercial associate at 0-2 PQE or equivalent with prior commercial law experience, ideally gained at a City law firm.

The diet of work for this position is quite broad, encompassing drafting and negotiating IT and telecoms agreements, data protection advice (GDPR) and general regulatory advice. The candidates should at least have experience in drafting and negotiating IT and other commercial agreements.

Candidates will be required to demonstrate excellent communication skills, written and verbal skills in English and the ability to present technical advice in a clear and concise manner. Foreign language skills are welcome but are not a must.

Education and Qualifications:  
English Solicitor or a foreign qualified lawyer (qualified from a common law jurisdiction or otherwise with legal working experience in the UK) with a strong academic record.

Interested candidates, please email Leonor Morais at

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