QualificationsGeneral counselProduct managementBarDoctoral degreeDoctor of Law
Act as primary legal advisor for product and engineering teams.
Provide legal advice across many subject areas including data protection/privacy laws and regulations, telecom, competition, consumer protection laws, data security and other global legal frameworks.
Coordinate with public policy, communications, product management, product marketing, trust and safety, and other cross-functional teams on external communications, policy development, product development, and product launches.
Lead consensus building and drive coordination with other members of the Legal team.
Travel domestically and internationally as required.
J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. state bar.
7+ years of law firm and/or in-house experience with internet or technology companies.
Experience with product or regulatory counseling related to consumer protection, privacy, data security, and intellectual property law.
Experience supporting a global team at a messaging services provider or other Internet services and technology company.
Experience working on multiple projects in a fast-paced environment, delivering practical advice under pressure and operating within ambiguity.
Experience taking on projects involving different subject matters, and working with cross-functional organizations.
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