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Solicitor - Commercial/Contracts

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April 08, 2019

Solicitor - Commercial/Contracts

Dillon Eustace is one of Ireland’s leading law firms focusing on financial services, banking and capital markets, corporate and M&A, litigation and dispute resolution, real estate and taxation. Headquartered in Dublin, the firm’s international practice has established offices in Tokyo, New York and Cayman Islands. Our clients include large multinationals, private equity funds, domestic SMEs, start-ups and angel investors across all sectors of industry.

We are looking to hire an experienced Commercial/Contracts Solicitor with expertise in advising on the technology, IP and data aspects of corporate and commercial transactions. This is an exciting opportunity to join our team where you will work with clients and colleagues of the highest calibre on a diverse range of interesting, complex and high profile work.

Relevant areas of expertise

  • Technology and innovation
  • IT and outsourcing
  • Corporate technology transactions
  • Intellectual Property
  • Privacy, data protection and information management
  • Technology contracts.


Suitable candidates must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Qualified Solicitor in Ireland and/or another common law jurisdiction
  • 5+ years pqe commercial contracts experience gained in private practice or in house, with significant experience in technology; drafting and advising on technology, IP licencing, distribution, agency and manufacturing agreements; knowledge of data protection law.
  • Excellent technical and drafting skills, with exceptional attention to detail and a commitment to quality
  • Organisational and planning skills with the ability to prioritise and manage a busy workload and meet deadlines on a consistent and timely basis
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels with our clients and across our various practice areas
  • Ability to contribute to the continued development of the practice
  • Ability to make sound and realistic decisions
  • A high level of motivation and an ability to act on one’s own initiative
  • An ability to work effectively as part of a team
  • Desire to work hard and aspire to the highest standards of practice.


Applications should be accompanied by a Curriculum Vitae and sent by email to Patricia Barr at by latest 24 April 2019.