We're looking for a bright and outgoing lawyer to join our Marketing, Media and IP legal team. You could be supporting the launch of our 5G network, bringing our exciting new partnership with Chelsea Football Club to life or taking action against misleading competitors’ adverts.
If you're up for a challenge, thrive on no two days ever being the same, like to have fun at work and can give practical, commercial legal advice to market-facing business teams, this role is for you!
Three is the most exciting brand in mobile, with customers who love us and people who are highly engaged advocates. We’ve got more 5G Spectrum than any other network and have invested heavily in a state-of-the-art network, meaning we’ll have the fastest 5G over the air mobile speeds.
And our business is not just about mobile; we’ve launched our 5G Home Broadband service and are developing a range of new products and services for the 5G age.
We have our own market-leading social media studio working with influencers and creating engaging content to showcase the power of mobile technology, with a focus on the potential of technology to revolutionise fashion, sports and gaming.
As a Legal Counsel, you’ll provide support across Three’s marketing, sponsorships, partnerships, social media, branding and trading activities.
It’s a great role, working closely with our vibrant commercial team, partners and creative agencies, advising on all manner of adverts and trading initiatives including T.
V. adverts, social media content, interactive brand activations, offers, promotions and competitions. You’ll work closely and collaboratively with our partners Chelsea Football Club, the University of Arts London fashion and business school and easyJet.
You’ll also advise on new products and services and work on partnerships with big name brands to bring market leading campaigns to life.
You could also work on a wide range of branding and intellectual property matters, including freedom to operate advice and working with trade mark agents to ensure we have the right protection for our brands and propositions.
Another important part of the role is understanding the market we operate in, including our competitors. You’ll work closely with our marketing and trading teams to understand the market and take action against competitor advertising and sales practices where we feel they mislead customers and undermine Three’s tactical and strategic objectives.
And if that’s not enough, the team also advises on a wide range of marketing contracts, advertising technology and data privacy issues.
This is an excellent opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment for an emerging leader in the world of mobile technology.
Lawyers at Three are highly regarded as a trusted advisors and business partners to the teams they support, working in an open, collaborative, engaged and customer-focused culture.
This role reports to the Head of Legal : Marketing, Media and IP as part of a team responsible for the provision of legal support to the Commercial division of the business.
If this sounds like a lot for one person to do, don’t worry. You’ll be part of a team of smart, seasoned lawyers who work together collaboratively.
You’ll learn a lot but you won’t be expected to know all the answers, just to show a willingness to figure them out.
You will have the ability to view situations from a commercial or wider business perspective (analysing risks and opportunities) and deliver the best possible outcomes for Three in a timely manner.
You’ll also need the confidence to question others and discuss your views in an open honest and collaborative environment.
In return we can offer an excellent working environment, with high quality peers, a strong work-life balance and the opportunity to develop your skills and career in a fast-moving, cutting-edge organisation.
The role is based out of HQ in Maidenhead.
We’re looking for a high calibre qualified lawyer with at least 4 years private practice experience. We are looking for someone who is confident, articulate, flexible and good at collaborative working with an interest in technology and telecoms.
The role would suit a marketing, media, sports or intellectual property lawyer, although contract lawyers with some experience of tech consumer products or privacy could also adapt to the environment.
Typically LLB and English Law qualifications or equivalent legal qualifications in other jurisdictions