In-House Solicitor/Associate – Glasgow

Practice Area: Commercial Contracts, Data Protection, IP/IT, in-house, Media & Entertainment, Regulatory
Level: Assistant, Associate, Full Time
Section: In-House, Public Sector
Location: Glasgow, Remote, Scotland, Central Belt
Ref: FW8170

Our client is seeking an experienced In-House Solicitor to join its legal team. The position will be within the companies broadcasting department, you can expect to be involved in a range of tasks including generating and negotiating contracts, providing operational support, and providing legal advice to an ad funded media business. This is a full-time position based in Glasgow; however, the company recognise the importance of work/life balance therefor hybrid working is encouraged.

The ideal candidate will be 2+ years’ PQE level, however, the team is flexible and solicitors out-with this level and are also encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should have a genuine interest in media, its delivery, and the law regulation around it and, ideally, should have a background in commercial contracts and knowledge in IP/IT, this is desirable but not essential. Excellent attention to detail and organisational skills are key this role. If this position interests you, please get in touch with Cameron or Frasia for an initial and confidential discussion. (Assignment 14303)

cameron@frasiawright.com  https://www.linkedin.com/in/cameron-adrain-22a81627/

frasia@frasiawright.com  https://www.linkedin.com/in/frasia-wright-6bbabba/

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