In House Lawyer - Commercial Contracts

Employer
Law Staff Ltd
Location
Milton Keynes
Salary
70000.00 - 70000.00 GBP Annual
Posted
Mar 18, 2024
Closes
Apr 15, 2024
Practice
Litigation
Position
Trademark Agent
Contract Type
Permanent
Elevate your legal career with a pivotal role at the heart of a prestigious institution. Our client is a leading professional membership organisation. They are seeking a meticulous In–house Lawyer specialising in Commercial Contracts to safeguard its commercial interests and navigate the complexities of legal risk.

The essence of the role is to provide expert legal counsel across a spectrum of contractual matters, ensuring the business strategies are supported by robust legal frameworks.

This includes but not limited too:
  • Drafting
  • Reviewing
  • Advising on software agreements
  • IP matters
  • Supplier terms
  • GDPR
  • Data sharing agreements
  • Standard terms and Agreements

The role demands an individual who can work independently, offering end–to–end contract support to internal stakeholders, while also fostering a collaborative environment.

The ideal candidate must possess a minimum of 3 years post–qualification experience in contract drafting and review, with a deep understanding of commercial contract law, and knowledge of privacy, copyright, and trademark laws. Experience in an in–house or secondment position would be preferred.

Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills are paramount, as is the ability to influence at all levels within the organisation. A pragmatic approach to problem–solving, coupled with the capacity to manage a busy workload and conflicting priorities, is essential.

Our client embraces; values of Initiative, Insight, and Integrity, and contribute to an agile but collaborative working environment with 2 days Office (Milton Keynes) and 3 days Remote.

This role is not just a job; it's a chance to be part of a community that values transparency and high professional standards, and to make a tangible impact on the business.

To apply for this role, candidates must be a Qualified Solicitor or CiLEX Lawyer and demonstrate the technical competencies required for the position.