The Chief Campus Counsel provides advice and counsel on a strikingly broad range of highly complex legal matters or problems, including but not limited to complex labor and employment matters, land use and environmental law issues, First Amendment issues, complex business transactions, international and research collaboration initiatives, privacy and records management, student conduct, and transactional matters involving copyright and technology transfer. In addition to having deep legal subject matter expertise, the Chief Campus Counsel also provides sound, timely advice, not only on legal matters, but on matters of University policy and governance.
Required qualifications and skills
− Requires approximately ten or more years of complex, high-level experience after receiving law degree, including, preferably, 2 or more years’ experience managing attorneys.
− Experience to include the provision of sophisticated legal advice and counsel reflecting sound judgment, substantive in-depth legal knowledge, and an understanding of complex business transactions.
− Experience is also useful in a wide range of additional areas such as contracts, labor and employment law, real estate development, land use, intellectual property and health care law.
Candidates are welcome to apply via https://caldwell.thriveapp.ly/job/945. For confidential inquiries, nominations, and referrals, please email UCMercedCCCSearch@caldwellpartners.com.
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