GLG seeks a lawyer to join the Company’s legal department. This candidate will be highly organized, efficient, proactive, impeccably trustworthy, and resourceful.
Specific responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
- together with other team members, enforce processes to ensure the highest legal and compliance standards are met in all aspects of the business
- team with other legal department lawyers and non-lawyer personnel to ensure timely execution of legal and compliance related tasks for the Company
- manage contracts with clients, experts and their institutions, and vendors
An ideal candidate will have the following:
- Law degree from a top law school, with demonstrated excellent academic performance
- Admission to the state bar of Texas, California, or New York
- 3-5 years’ experience as an attorney in a business law firm
- Must be fluent in MS office and comfortable with new technology
- Exceptional written and oral communication skills
- Must have impeccable references
About GLG / Gerson Lehrman Group
GLG is the world's leading platform for professional learning. Business leaders, investors, consultants, social entrepreneurs, and other top professionals rely on GLG to learn in short- and long-term engagements from a membership of more than 500,000 members and other experts. Clients partner with GLG to address their most complex strategic challenges, make better business decisions, and advance their careers through conversations, mentorships, small group meetings, surveys, and other interactions—all within a rigorous compliance framework. Headquartered in New York City, GLG’s 1,400 employees work from offices in 12 countries.
We believe strongly in our mission- and values-driven culture. Our core values drive our success. They are: learning & curiosity, responsibility, courage, judgment, fresh perspective, service, and integrity.
To learn more, visit www.GLG.it.
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