Job Details

Lateral Associate

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Sep 14, 2021

Valid Through

Dec 28, 2021

Posted on

Jan 14, 2021

Years of Experience

4-6 yrs required

Location

Washington, DC, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Computer Science
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Electrical Engineering
Intellectual Property >> Intellectual Property - Litigation >> Intellectual Property - Litigation - Hard Sciences >> Mechanical
Patent Agents/Technical Specialists >> Patent Agents/Technical Specialists - Life Sciences >> Biology
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Lateral Associate
The candidate should have a degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry or a Biological Science, and/or Materials Science, as well as intellectual property experience. Advanced degrees and USPTO registration is also a plus, but not required. Must have excellent attention to detail, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with colleagues across offices. Excellent academic credentials and large law firm experience is preferred. Must have 4-6 years of experience.

Additional info

Submit cover letter, resume and law school transcript.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Ropes & Gray LLP.
2099 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20006-6807

   

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