Junior Associate, Data Protection & TMT – Bratislava
We are looking for a Junior Associate (Koncipient) to join our Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) and Data Protection practice. Candidates should be recent graduates or have 1 – 2 years of practical experience working at a law firm or in-house position; experience working for a reputable data protection consultancy firm is an advantage.
The ideal candidate will meet the following criteria:
law degree from a Slovak university;
previous practical experience at an international or major domestic law firm;
interest in data privacy issues and associated regulatory advice, data management, information governance and cybersecurity;
interest in new technologies, in particular from a regulatory perspective;
full professional English proficiency (knowledge of other languages is an advantage);
reliability and a team spirit.
very attractive salary terms including future salary growth;
interesting work for reputable local and international clients (more information at www.kinstellar.com);
training and development opportunities across practice groups and jurisdictions (including trainings in Prague and London);
dynamic and friendly environment;
social events and activities, such as skiing, water sports and other team building activities.
Basic wage component(gross salary):
starting from 1,200 euro (depending on experience and education achieved);
potential for salary growth;
annual performance bonus.
Kinstellar is Emerging Europe and Central Asia’s leading independent law firm. We offer a dynamic and friendly work environment with opportunities for professional, self-motivated team players who want to build their career at a prestigious international law firm.
How to apply:
Please send your application (CV and cover letter) in English to Silvia Vavrovicova, HR/Office Manager, at . Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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