Associate Lawyer | Data Protection & Cybersecurity Practice Group

Associate Lawyer | Data Protection & Cybersecurity Practice Group

We are currently seeking to recruit an associate who will join our Data Protection & Cybersecurity practice group and also work for our Corporate/Commercial practice. 

Job description 

You will join our specialised data protection and cybersecurity team which, for over two decades now, offers top quality expertise to our clients, typically multinational companies, and practical solutions that make impact on their business. You will, also, be part of our corporate and commercial practice group and you will be required to provide advice on corporate law issues, assist with the establishment and corporate book-keeping of legal entities, draft and comment on commercial contracts and engage in due diligence exercises. Our goal is to create highly trusted relationships with our clients.

Qualifications 

  • Greek University degree in Law 
  • Post graduate degree (LLM or equivalent) with a specialization in data protection or related areas of law
  • Legal qualification (Athens Bar admission/other Lawyers’ Bar)
  • Experience: Up to 5 years post-trainee professional experience preferably with a law firm 

Skills Required

  • Genuine interest and expertise in data protection, cybersecurity and new technologies 
  • Good knowledge of corporate and commercial law 
  • Excellent command of written and spoken professional English 
  • Ability to multi-task, great commitment and attention to detail
  • Ability to work efficiently within a team
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and problem-solving ability

We offer

Zepos & Yannopoulos offers competitive remuneration and benefits, attractive career prospects, continuous training opportunities and a dynamic and friendly environment for people interested in following creative and rewarding career paths.

Please forward your CV quoting reference CCDP19​ to hr_recruitmentatzeya.com

All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality