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This is an exciting opportunity to work in a growing, dynamic, friendly legal department of a fast-paced IT systems integrator, supporting outbound licensing and sales transactions for the company's commercial customers. Our legal team keeps pace with a rapidly growing and evolving company, providing practical advice while achieving business results.
The successful candidate must be prepared to negotiate and drive strategic transactions and a significant volume of sales/revenue agreements. The candidate will also support compliance with United States and international laws, rules, and regulations, as applicable and will create and train employees on company policies related to contracting. The candidate will work directly with the business, providing day-to-day advice for senior executives and other business members on contracting issues, resolving issues that arise in existing relationships, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. A successful candidate should be proactive, able to provide innovative solutions that balance legal and business concerns, enjoy working hard and being challenged, have strong written and oral communication skills, demonstrate sound and pragmatic judgment in ambiguous situations, and have a healthy sense of humor.
Must be a lawyer qualified to practice in at least one U.S. State, and have a law degree from a reputable law school.
4+ years of focused transactional legal experience including specific experience with technology transactions.
Should have substantive legal knowledge and the ability to counsel Sales and other key stakeholders in the following areas: technology contracts, licensing, data privacy and security, and intellectual property
Should be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment
Must be attentive to details, a good communicator, and an active listener
Periodic travel required
About World Wide Technology
Founded in 1990, WWT has grown from a small product reseller into a global systems integrator with $11 billion in annual revenue and more than 5,000 employees. We serve the technology needs of large public and private organizations, including many of the world’s best-known brands. WWT has made the Fortune Top 100 Great PLaces to Work List for 7 years in a row.