We do have them in a few Estonian law firms, but it seems to be an exception rather than the rule. Having said that, our startups do need advice from qualified lawyers from common law systems, so it all comes down to what this person has to offer and is willing/able to learn. Most of the legal services market is focused in Tallinn, Tartu is very quiet on that front, but you never know what some startup might need. So, the answer seems to be 'no' or 'not easily.' You need to find the right employer yourself or create the job yourself. The University of Tartu offers a 1-year masters programme in IT Law in English free of charge. That might be a convenient springboard for a non-EU lawyer to learn about Estonian law and EU law.