about 1 month ago
* Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.
* Experience working as a contracts manager, paralegal or legal assistant.
* Experience working with English law agreements, including drafting, negotiation, amending standard templates etc.
* Experience working with a range of agreement types including amendments, assignments, Statements of Work, licenses, etc.
* Paralegal or agreements manager experience in a large law firm or an in-house legal department.
* Experience working in a fast-paced environment, prioritizing and managing numerous responsibilities concurrently.
* Excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality.
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with demonstrated organizational skills.
About the job
With a company growing at such fast speeds, every day another agreement is made to keep Google running. As a member of the Legal Contracts team, you review and revise contracts -- often juggling several at a time. You develop practical and innovative ways to meet Google's needs and keep the company thriving, with the ability to affect Google's long-term goals.
You will be involved with supporting a wide range of products including Android/Mobile, Hardware products (phones, smart assistants, etc.), Stadia, Communications services, Chrome, Google Play etc. You’ll work on a wide range of agreement-types in these product areas including: marketing and promotional agreements, inbound services, licensing arrangements, partnership agreements, amendments, statements of work etc. In some cases you will be the sole Legal support on these agreements, in others you’ll work closely with one or more Lawyers as a team. You’ll support the Legal team and various business clients across EMEA, including Business Development, Sales and Finance. You'll advise on legal risks, and you'll assist with the continuous development of the Legal team and its processes.
20th century laws don't always solve 21st century problems, and Google Legal crafts innovative approaches for handling some of the toughest legal challenges of the information age. Whether you're a patent attorney, an intellectual property expert or an engineer headed to law school, Google Legal lets you take on unanswered legal quandaries and create new precedents. Our innovative services raise challenging questions that demand creative and practical answers. We provide those answers by working at the crossroads of the law and new technology, helping Google build innovative and important products for users around the world.
* Review, draft and manage commercial agreements and related documentation. Assist lawyers with agreements and projects.
* Help streamline the team’s processes and procedures. Maintain documentation, guidance and template language, and prepare and present training materials.
* Respond to legal requests from Sales teams, summarizing and communicating legal concepts for Business teams.
* Advise business clients on legal issues and risks, approval processes, company policies and procedures.
* Assist with the organization of team events and initiatives.
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