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About the Role
As Senior Counsel, you will work efficiently and effectively on cutting edge antitrust matters throughout the United States.
What You'll Do
Hands-on work in antitrust and competition law matters, including counseling the clients, antitrust advocacy, litigation and deals.
Work closely with clients across the company, becoming their trusted legal and business advisor.
Understand, interpret, and apply antitrust law to Uber's current and future business model.
What You'll Need
A minimum of 7-10 years of legal experience at a mid to large size law firm, government regulatory entity or in-house corporate role
Outstanding academic performance in law school
Experience crafting antitrust advice and strategic guidance to achieve ambitious business goals
Excellent business judgment, communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to multitask and carry out important projects with limited oversight
Outstanding writing, research, negotiating, and interpersonal skills
Excellent oral advocacy and presentation skills a must
Ability to thrive in high impact/high profile situations.
Enthusiastic about Uber!
Bonus Points If
Prior experience in dealing with technology issues is preferred.
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