Reed Smith is Seeking a Mid Level IP Litigation Associate

The IP Group of Reed Smith is looking to hire a Mid-Level Associate to join its Chicago, Houston, or San Francisco office.

The Intellectual Property Group of Reed Smith is looking to hire a Mid-Level Associate with a bachelor’s degree in computer science or electrical engineering or a more advanced degree in biotechnology to join its Chicago, Houston, or San Francisco office. Successful candidates will have 3-5 years of experience in patent litigation and, preferably, inter partes reviews (IPRs). Patent bar registration is preferred. Candidates must have strong writing and analytical skills, show a high degree of initiative, possess a JD from an ABA-approved law school, and be active members in good standing of at least one bar, IL, TX, or CA preferred. This is a full-time, permanent position.

Interested Candidates:

Interested candidates are asked to submit their resume, cover letter, transcript, and writing sample via email to the Legal Recruiting Manager, Jillian Dent.

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About Reed Smith:

Reed Smith is a global relationship law firm with 27 offices throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Founded in 1877, the firm represents leading international businesses, from Fortune 100 corporations to mid-market and emerging enterprises. Its lawyers provide litigation and other dispute resolution services in multi-jurisdictional and other high-stakes matters; deliver regulatory counsel; and execute the full range of strategic domestic and cross-border transactions. Reed Smith is a preeminent advisor to industries including financial services, life sciences, health care, advertising, entertainment and media, shipping and transport, energy and natural resources, real estate, manufacturing, technology, and education.


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