Ikigai Law is expanding its TMT (Technology, media and telecommunications) legal team. The Firm inviting applications from professionals with a legal tech background for the position of a TMT Law Associate for their Gurgaon office.
About Ikigai Law
Ikigai Law is an award-winning law firm. They have a market-leading regulatory, policy and commercial-law practice for technology and innovation-led businesses.
They provide legal and strategic advice to a wide variety of clients, from high impact startups to mature market-leading companies and are often at the forefront of policy and regulatory debates for emerging business models.
About Product Team
Their product team helps tech businesses navigate regulatory environments while they launch and scale. We work on products where the law is unclear or absent. And help their clients develop business models which were unknown, if not unimaginable, a few years ago. They have been fortunate to be part of shaping several first-to-market products. Products which break the mould and create disruptive technologies.
They see themselves as an extension of a company’s in-house production team. Where they develop the product with their clients. They come in at the strategic and ideation stage – often working backwards from a single line value proposition. At the same time, they also zoom in, combing through the UI/UX of a product to stress-test it against the law.
Although they work with many tech-driven sectors, fintech is one of their core practice areas. They are deeply entrenched in digital payments, digital lending, neo-banking, and payment intermediation space. In their monthly newsletter ‘FinTales’ we probe legal and policy issues that impact the fintech-verse.
About the role of Associate
Their product team demands a knack for understanding tech products. And what brings them to life.
They are looking for someone who loves technology and how it interacts with the law
They are looking for someone who is receptive to evolving regulatory environments.
3 to 6 years of post-qualification experience with tech-legal issues.
Two years of work experience with a law firm is a must.
Experience with an in-house legal team at a technology company is a bonus.