Description:

Come join the #1 patent practice in the country as a technology specialist in one of our U.S. office locations. This position plays an integral part of our Intellectual Property practice, and you can expect to work on cutting-edge technologies with top-tier clients from day one. At A Leading Global Intellectual Property Law Firm you will learn from top practitioners in the field and get significant responsibility early on, with an unparalleled opportunity to grow through hands-on training with top-notch legal teams.

A Leading Global Intellectual Property Law Firm has a legacy of working with the most innovative clients and influential industry leaders since 1878, and we boast one of the country's longest-standing technology specialist programs. And, if your ambition includes becoming an attorney, our law school program is outstanding - we have attorneys throughout A Leading Global Intellectual Property Law Firm who began their careers as technology specialists and have progressed to become leaders of the firm. You will find no other firm matches our technological depth, with diverse teams of technical experts working across all offices. Here you will find a creative, respectful and inclusive culture that values the diversity of people and allows ingenuity to thrive.

If you have a passion for science, engineering, and intellectual property, we want to hear from you.

What you will do:
  • Draft patent applications for innovative clients, including descriptions and figures.
  • Correspond with patent office about pending patent applications.
  • Advise patent litigation teams based on your technical and scientific area of expertise.
  • Interview inventors about new ideas.

Who You Are:
  • You have a strong background in Mechanical Engineering or closely related field.
  • You are knowledgeable in product and machine design, manufacturing processes, and can understand engineering drawings.
  • You have 3+ years of patent prosecution experience.
  • You have superior writing skills and excellent academic credentials.
  • You are registered before the U.S. Patent & Trademark office.