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Information Technology Attorney Job Description

An information technology attorney is a professional who handles a variety of legal matters related to IT. The attorney gets involved in drafting, negotiating, and interpreting agreements in the areas of software licensing and maintenance, IT consulting, e-commerce, web site hosting and development, and telecommunications agreements, as well as handling dispute resolution and assisting with the client\\\'s Internet domain name portfolio. An information technology attorney works with engineering, IT, and other business units and ensures that customer information gathered by company is collected, stored and used in compliance with privacy policies and applicable laws. Duties also include providing high quality, specialized and practical advice in business-to-business and business-to-consumer arrangements and advising on issues like IT outsourcing arrangements, software and hardware supply and implementation agreements. An information technology attorney contracts for web site developers and consultants in relation to on-line projects. Provides support and maintains confidentiality/know how agreements. Contracts for Internet service providers and data protection advice. An information technology attorney should have a JD degree with admission to the local state bar.


Here are a few sample information technology attorney job descriptions:

Information Technology and Outsourcing Associate


The candidate should have 5-6 years of experience and graduate from an ABA-approved law school with excellent academic credentials and strong writing, analytical and communication skills. Ideally, have 1-2 years of experience working in a legal capacity on information technology and outsourcing transactions. Additionally, prior non-legal work experience in the areas of information technology or outsourcing is very helpful.

Intellectual Property And Information Technology Transactional Associate

The candidate should have 1-3 years of IP and technology transactions or other relevant experience. Associates in the IP Transactional group have the opportunity to work on a wide range of the transactions, including outsourcing (ITO and BPO), strategic alliances, joint ventures, software and systems (development and licensing), R&D and technology transfer, licensing (patent, trademark and copyright), biotechnology, Internet and eCommerce, M&A, financing and restructuring. This is a great opportunity to handle complex, challenging and diverse IP transactions while being part of one of the firm's largest and most respected practice areas.

Information Technology Attorney

The candidate should have 2-5 years of specific experience working with data privacy and security matters, as well as information technology transactions, and a demonstrated interest in growing experience in each of these areas. CIPP certification is preferred.

 Information Technology / Privacy Attorney

The candidate should have 2-4 years of information technology, outsourcing and/or privacy and data protection experience in-house or at a large or specialized firm, including advisory (preparing privacy policies, reviewing social media terms, and the like), transactional (negotiating sourcing, shared services, or information technology agreements), and/or crisis management (responding to a data security incident or a government inquiry from the Federal Trade Commission or State Attorneys General). Experience with international copyright, privacy, on-line advertising and other digital legal issues. Must be admitted to and a member in good standing of the Illinois Bar.
Mid-level Information Technology and Outsourcing Attorney

The candidate should have 3+ years of transactional experience in general corporate, corporate finance, and/or information technology transactions is required. Ideal candidate should also have strong academic credentials and a technical background and/or previous IP experience.

Information Technology Attorney

The candidate must have 5+ years of general experience focused on information technology transactions, outsourcing and/or software licensing transactions. Should preferably have experience drafting, advising and negotiating contract terms related to data security and privacy.

Seeking a Mid-level Information Technology and Outsourcing Associate with 2+ years of transactional experience in general corporate, corporate finance, and/or information technology transactions. Should have an understanding of current IT issues and developments, including in the areas of outsourcing or E-commerce. 

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