Facebook is looking for a talented and highly-motivated transactional lawyer to support its platform and digital media acquisition initiatives. This is a full-time position that will be located in our Los Angeles office. You will work directly with the business, serving as lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice, and resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships. Some travel, domestic and international, may be required.
Draft, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial agreements including: entertainment and gaming content licensing, platform integrations, software licenses, and beta testing agreements
Provide strategic business and legal advice to deal leads, and coordinate with cross-functional teams to define business objectives and structure agreements for efficient deal closure
J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar
3+ years of legal experience focused on transactional deal work
Experience drafting and negotiating technology and digital media licensing agreements
Experience managing projects simultaneously under deadline pressure
Analytical, communication, and technical drafting experience
Experience working in a top national or international law firm
In-house experience at a technology, internet, or digital media company
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
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