Barclay Damon is Seeking a Patent Paralegal

Barclay Damon LLP is seeking a patent paralegal to support its Patents & Prosecution Practice Area.

Barclay Damon LLP, a leading law firm of nearly 300 attorneys that operates from a strategic platform of offices located in the Northeastern United States and Toronto, is seeking a patent paralegal to support its Patents & Prosecution Practice Area. This is a full-time, permanent position in any of the following locations: Syracuse, NY, Rochester, NY, Buffalo, NY, Albany, NY, New York City, NY, Boston, MA, New Haven, CT, Washington D.C. A remote or hybrid working arrangement may be possible.

Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of domestic and international patent filings from initial filing through issuance.

Qualifications Required and Preferred:

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years of experience in preparing and filing formal documents related to domestic and international patent filings, including PCT. The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects from initial filing through issuance. Candidates should have strong organizational and interpersonal skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and related office software. Patent docketing experience, though not required, is desirable.

Interested Candidates:

Interested candidates are asked to submit a cover letter and resume via email to Rita Carlucci.

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About Barclay Damon LLP:

Barclay Damon attorneys team across offices and practices to provide customized, targeted solutions grounded in industry knowledge and a deep understanding of our clients’ businesses. With nearly 300 attorneys, Barclay Damon is a leading law firm that operates from a strategic platform of offices located in the Northeastern United States and Toronto.

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