Job Details

Production Contract Attorney

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type


Date Last Verified

Oct 03, 2021

Valid Through

Jan 16, 2022

Posted on

Jun 10, 2021

Years of Experience

2-3 yrs required


Los Angeles, CA, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Entertainment and New Media >> Entertainment and New Media
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Production Contract Attorney
The candidate to join internationally-recognized Entertainment, Technology and Advertising group. Should have 2-3 years of production legal experience working on entertainment transactions in television, film, and/or new media productions including on actor/test option, showrunner-executive producer, producer, writing room, director, and department head agreements; the full array of below-the-line, crew, vendor, lease/rental/location, music supervisor, and materials license agreements; and script and episodic or film and other production-related review and clearance. Must be admitted to the California bar. Prior experience in a law firm or in-house experience at a studio, network or other media company a plus. Should have ability to manage and handle constant, multi-faceted demands and timelines of productions; keep track of all deals, interface with production staff, lead production legal calls and be primary interface with studio clients on production-related matters.

Additional info

ID 2021-2382

Company info

Elsie Arisa
Sheppard Mullin
1901 Avenue of the Stars
Suite 1600
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Fax: 310-228-3701

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