Website Larian Studios

Developer of AAA RPGs.

Junior Legal Associate

With multiple awards to our name, Larian Studios has proven that we’re dedicated to delivering high-quality role-playing games. As we move on to new projects, the studio that brought you Baldur’s Gate 3 & Divinity: Original Sin 2 is looking for a Junior Legal Associate to join the team and help us in crafting the high caliber games our fans have come to expect.


  • Work within the legal team to assist and collaborate with senior legal counsels on diverse legal matters.
  • Engage in the preparation and review of legal documents under the guidance of experienced attorneys.
  • Conduct legal research across multiple jurisdictions, focusing on areas critical to the gaming industry including intellectual property, data protection, and consumer law.
  • Assist in drafting and managing legal documents such as contracts, agreements, and policies relevant to software development, licensing, and user data handling.
  • Help ensure compliance with internal controls, statutory regulations, and other legal formalities relevant to the gaming industry.
  • Actively contribute to the enhancement of the legal team’s knowledge base by integrating industry-specific legal trends into practice.
  • Serve as a supportive contact for legal inquiries within the company, facilitating effective communication and documentation flow.


  • Education: Law degree required.
  • Experience: Up to 2 years of experience in a legal setting, or relevant internships; recent graduates are encouraged to apply.

Skills & Traits

  • A strong foundational knowledge with a keen interest in fields of law that impact the gaming industry such as intellectual property (IP), data protection, and/or consumer rights.
  • Ability to quickly adapt to evolving circumstances and legal frameworks.
  • Detail-oriented with a strong inclination towards learning and professional growth.
  • Effective communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.
  • Languages: Proficiency in English required; additional language skills (such as French or Spanish) are a plus.

What we offer

  • An international team of over 400 employees spread across 7 studios around the world, each of which have their own unique qualities, and maintain a small-studio feel
  • An open, collaborative environment where ideas are welcome and encouraged
  • A managerial team consisting of highly experienced game developers at the top of their fields
  • Sharing hobbies and passions with likeminded colleagues
  • Inclusive environment with many activities organized by the studios or the employees
  • Commitment to making the best game possible for the fans, including listening to community feedback

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