In-house media role - 3-5 PQE Real Estate Lawyer

Expiring today

27 Sep 2016
27 Oct 2016
Hayley Still
Experience / PQE
PQE 1 - 3 years, PQE 3 - 6 years
Contract Type

In-house media role - 3-5 PQE Real Estate Lawyer for Commercial role

This is an exciting opportunity for a real estate or commercial lawyer to join a leading in-house media and entertainment organisation.

Our client is looking for someone who can:

  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating venue hire agreements (for music/sport/corporate events), marketing agreements, ticketing agreements, sponsorship agreements, service provider agreements, licences to occupy hospitality suites, VIP membership agreements, and other miscellaneous commercial agreements
  • Support and assist multiple areas of the company in a wide variety of matters including IP/IT/Software contracts and small claim litigation matters for other cores of the business
  • Real estate matters, construction and development projects, restaurants/shops, employment and insurance
  • Providing relevant legal advice in relation to the data protection, privacy law and proposed marketing campaigns of the business
  • Assist with the review and preparation of precedent documents
  • Ensure that information, materials and other company resources are utilised to their maximum ability throughout the business in the most effective and efficient manner

The ideal candidate will have:

  • At least 3 years PQE commercial experience or real estate experience gained from a leading city law firm
  • Strong academic track record
  • An interest in a very broad and varied role including both general commercial and real estate work
  • Exposure and experience at an in-house media and entertainment organisation is very desirable but not a pre-requisite
  • Candidates should be confident and capable of fitting into a strong, busy and lively team and environment. An interest in the entertainment sector is also important.
  • Strong commercial awareness and the ability to work under pressure
  • Self-motivated and able to prioritise workload