Faegre Drinker is Seeking an IP Litigation Associate

Faegre Drinker is actively recruiting a litigation associate to join the firm’s thriving Intellectual Property practice.

This full-time, permanent position offers competitive compensation and unlimited potential for professional growth. Current firm plans for returning to work include an average of 2-3 days in the office.

Pursuant to Part 2 of the State of Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act (C.R.S. §§ 8-5-201 to 8-5-203), employers are required to provide expected compensation for posted positions resident in Colorado. The salary range for this position in our Denver office is $200,000-$235,000. Actual salary will vary and may be above or below the range based on experience. The range listed is just one component of Faegre Drinker’s total compensation and benefits package for associates, which includes productivity and discretionary bonuses; life, health, accident and disability insurance; and a 401(k) plan.

Duties Include:

This position offers the opportunity to focus on patent litigation for a national and international client base from our Chicago, IL, Denver, CO, Indianapolis, IN, Minneapolis, MN, Washington D.C., or Wilmington, DE, offices.

Qualifications Required:

Successful candidates should have two to three years of patent litigation experience, or a federal clerkship and at least one year of patent litigation experience. Successful candidates must be collaborative and motivated to succeed in a client-focused, team-oriented environment. Candidates must also have excellent academic credentials and strong written and oral communication skills.

Interested Candidates:

If you are looking for an opportunity with a growing, collaborative firm, please Apply Online and include a resume, writing sample, undergrad transcript, and law school transcript.

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