Job o’ the Day: Advise & Represent MIT in Legal Matters

Here’s an opportunity to represent the university that boasts 76 Nobel Prize winners and 35 National Medal of Science recipients! Counsel in the Office of the General Counsel (OGC) will advise and represent MIT on legal issues related to research, faculty, students, health and safety, and privacy issues. 

MIT’s counsel will also streamline the school’s contracting processes by creating systems, training, and procedures that empower varied units to responsibly draft, negotiate, and enter into a variety of contracts involving copyright, software, licensing, confidentiality, and data protection; and support units in their contracting activities and handle unusual, complex contracts; provide legal, tactical, and strategic advice on policies, best practices, and education.

To learn more about the position and apply, check out the listing at PSLawNet

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