This question finally received an answer a couple weeks ago on https://stackoverflow.com/company/management : there is now a member of the "leadership team" for "Legal", whose role is to be:
responsible for everything legal for the company
Which sounds like a general counsel, chief legal officer or whatever usual name you prefer for the role: a person responsible for all the in-house lawyers and legal work, who reports to the CEO. The person currently filling the role appears to go by the title "VP Legal" on some personal profile.
Previously legal was only mentioned along with a bunch of other stuff under a title like "strategy":
wide variety of roles including leading executive operations, revenue operations, and corporate legal
or "finance and operations":
oversees the accounting, finance, revenue operations, corporate legal, people, and employee experience teams