Boston Consulting Group is an American global management consulting firm founded in 1963, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. It is one of the Big Three — the world’s three largest and most prestigious management consulting firms — along with Bain & Company and McKinsey & Company.
The lawyer will support the administration of contracts in accordance with company policies and procedures, applicable laws and client requirements.
The duties of the lawyer will focus on the review and negotiation of agreements with BCG's clients, suppliers, subcontractors, including nondisclosure agreements, data processing agreement and other agreements central to the commercial operations of BCG.
Implement BCG contracting policies and processes
Reviewing and negotiating of contracts and documents related to non-disclosure, non-reliance, data processing (under data privacy enactments), procurement aligned with the company’s processes and ensuring compliance with federal, state, legal, and organizational requirements
Extend legal support to internal business team in curation to knowledge process
Review, edit and process contracts under direction of senior team members
Identify risks and issues; suggest alternative solutions
Prepare and disseminate information regarding contract summaries, status, compliance, modifications, etc.
Provide timely reports on contract metrics and complex legal issues
Work closely with legal team to resolve or support resolution of complex legal issues
Supporting the legal team with its contract management processes using various tools including AI
Qualifications and Experience:
LL.B / B.A. LL.B. / LL.M
Minimum of 2-3 years experience in contracts management with experience in international contracting and varied contractual arrangements
Sound understanding of commercial contracting terms, conditions/practices, and legal implications
Proven ability to organize assigned workload and multitask to deliver service at required service levels meeting stakeholders’ expectations
Strong command of Windows Office (particularly Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook)
English fluency; additional languages a plus
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Flexibility to support a global and international set of stakeholders
Knowledge of contract documents and specifications. Skills in the negotiation and establishments of contractual arrangements
Solid analytical skills and creative problem solving ability with an appreciation for striking a balance between business and legal objectives
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
candidates must be pragmatic, high- energy professionals, with personal and professional self-confidence
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