Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • London

Description

At LCP we love what we do, and it shows. We help our clients make good decisions based on insightful analysis, industry expertise and game-changing technology. We are seeking an In-House Lawyer to join our existing Legal & Compliance team on a 12 month fixed term contract, reporting to the General Counsel.


Role overview

The successful candidate will advise on a wide range of legal, risk and compliance matters, including commercial contracts, client engagement terms, policies, intellectual property rights and data protection.


Examples of the work you will be involved with as part of this role include:

Reviewing, drafting and advising on client related contracts, such as engagement terms, master services agreements, non-disclosure agreements and release letters

Helping develop and maintain policies and procedures for the management of suppliers

Reviewing, drafting and advising on client related contracts, such as engagement terms, master services agreements, non-disclosure agreements and release letters

Advising the business on new services, including associated risks, contracts, licence terms and terms of use

Acting as trusted advisor to the firm’s Partners and the IT, HR, Administration, Finance and Business Development teams

Advising on policies, covering areas such as HR, Corporate Responsibility, Data Security and Professional Standards

Providing guidance and support to client teams and Business Development with responses to client queries and tenders

Advising on a wide range of other legal, risk and compliance matters affecting the firm, including intellectual property rights, data protection law and website terms

What essential skills and personal qualities do you need to apply?

Qualified solicitor; 3 to 6 years’ post qualification experience preferred. Other PQE levels will be considered

Company / commercial law experience in private practice preferred

Strong business acumen. Ability to take a commercial and practical approach

Ability to work as part of a team with fluctuating workload. Ability to work on own initiative and prioritise workload

Excellent communication skills. Friendly / outgoing personality. Able to maintain high standard of professionalism at all times

Strong negotiation skills with both legal and commercial issues

Excellent IT skills - Excel, Word, Outlook

Flexibility of tasks and hours covered and to travel and work from other LCP offices

Why LCP?

Our biggest strength is our people. We are home to talented, well-recognised industry experts, and we are committed to ensuring a bright and interesting future for all staff.


We work with you to develop your personal and professional skills to help you build a successful career within the firm. We aim to recruit and develop the best people who enjoy the challenge of providing the highest quality of work for our clients.


We strive to build an inclusive workplace where all forms of diversity are valued, including gender, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability or background.


Apply now

If you want to apply for this role please email our recruitment team recruitment@lcp.uk.com