Associate General Counsel, Music

Associate General Counsel, Music
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Meta seeks an experienced music licensing lawyer with an aptitude for technology to join its growing music licensing team. This position will partner closely with internal business counterparts to negotiate and deliver partnerships with record companies, music publishers, CMOs, and other music industry stakeholders across various international markets.
Associate General Counsel, Music Responsibilities
  • Support Meta's music business development team in executing our APAC music licensing strategy across labels, publishers, and collective management organizations
  • Instruct and manage local outside counsel, as necessary
  • Draft and negotiate partnership agreements with music industry stakeholders
  • Collaborate with Meta cross-functional teams – product, finance, tax, policy, regulatory, privacy, risk management - to ensure we're advancing and protecting the business
Minimum Qualifications
  • Excellent communication skills and proactive, collaborative work ethic
  • 5+ years of copyright or digital licensing experience, including hands-on experience negotiating agreements with record labels, music publishers and/or music collective management organizations
  • Experience communicating and collaborating with cross-functional teams
  • Qualified lawyer, ideally in an APAC, US, UK jurisdiction
Preferred Qualifications
  • Proven track record of strategic and creative thinking
  • Experience prioritizing and working under pressure
  • In-house experience at a technology or product-led company
  • Commercial awareness, and exceptional business judgment
  • Experience working internationally, across time zones
About Meta
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