Counsel, Privacy (Reality Labs) at Meta
FULLTIME role requiring ‘No experience data provided’
months of experience in Chicago
Meta is seeking a talented attorney to work on Meta’s Legal Privacy Team to support privacy issues in emerging technologies. This role is product-focused and will involve close coordination with other legal teams and cross-functional partners to advise on a broad range of privacy and data protection issues to support Reality Labs’ suite of AR/VR devices, apps, and Research/R&D efforts. You will be joining a collaborative team of privacy lawyers who identify, evaluate, and address privacy risk in light of privacy laws, compliance obligations, and policies; deliver privacy-related training and collaborate with other legal teams and cross-functional privacy partners to deliver legal advice globally. We are looking for a motivated candidate who is passionate about privacy, has a solid understanding of privacy laws and principles, collaborates well, and can weigh and manage risks around privacy.
Counsel, Privacy (Reality Labs) Responsibilities:
• Strategically advise clients on privacy legal risks and mitigations
• Work closely with cross-functional partners to guide privacy-forward projects and evaluate the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions
• Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws (including CCPA and/or GLBA) and advise on the impact of the same on Reality Labs’ suite of AR/VR devices, apps, and Research/R&D efforts
• J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state bar
• 3+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience
• Experience advising on privacy legal risks and mitigations, with working knowledge of relevant privacy laws including CCPA and/or GLBA
• Experience using business judgment and with client counseling
• In-house experience with applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling, particularly at a technology company
• Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially those relevant to hardware and software
• Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment
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