Legal Editor Thomson Reuters

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  • Salary not provided by employer
  • $51.5K to $65.3K per year is Indeed’s estimated salary for editor at Thomson Reuters in New York, NY.

Full Job Description

Associate editor will write, edit, and publish short articles on recent legal developments, assist with updating resources for current developments, work with senior editors to draft core resources, and provide additional support for the Practical Law Intellectual Property & Technology service.

 

About the Role

 

In this opportunity as Associate Editor, you will:

 

  • Write, edit and publish short items on recent legal developments for the website on a daily basis, highlighting the practical implications of the developments.
  • Generate weekly e-mails on current legal developments for our database of subscribers and trial subscribers.
  • Work with senior editors to maintain and produce first drafts of new practice notes, checklists, articles, and standard documents and clauses.
  • Provide additional editorial support for the US web services as required.

 

About YouYou’re a fit for the role of Associate Editor if you:

  • J.D. required. At least one year experience in a law firm or related experience in an online legal or financial publishing company preferred.
  • Intellectual property or technology transactions experience with a law firm or as in-house counsel preferred.
  • Analytical and research skills and ability to identify key relevant information from sources.
  • Ability to work efficiently and within tight deadlines.
  • Excellent administrative and organization skills.
  • Excellent team working skills.
  • Excellent writing and drafting
  • Very close attention to detail;
  • Good command of grammar, punctuation and plain English;
  • Ability to write about complex legal issues clearly, simply and succinctly.

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