Technology Transactions Associate - Mid-Level - Silicon Valley/San Francisco
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP seeks a mid-level associate attorney to join its Technology + Privacy & Security Group. A minimum of three years' experience in the areas of technology transactions, licensing, intellectual property, and commercial contracts is required. Our practice focuses on the areas of software, hardware, digital media and technology, and includes working with established companies and emerging company clients in many industries, including advertising, games, enterprise, software services, retail, fintech, health, and digital media, among others. The group represents some of the biggest tech companies in the Bay Area and nationally and provides excellent opportunities for professional development and promotion. The position will be in Palo Alto. We are also open to candidates in San Francisco.
To apply, please upload a cover letter addressed to Bahareh Samanian, Director of Lawyer Recruiting, resume, and a copy of your law transcript. We are accepting submissions from third party recruiters at this time.
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