Patterson Intellectual Property Law is Seeking an Associate

Patterson Intellectual Property Law, P.C. is seeking to hire associates with 1-5 years of experience in Intellectual Property law with specific experience in electrical engineering, computer science, software, or related industries. This is a full-time, permanent position located in Nashville, TN. Patterson is proactive in flexible arrangements for office time and working from home.

Qualifications Required and Preferred:

  • The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, physics, computer science, or an adjacent discipline.
  • Must be admitted to practice before the USPTO.
  • The ability to communicate complex matters concisely and effectively in oral and written form is required.
  • Advanced writing, comprehensive technical reading, communication, and research skills are required.
  • Experience in client portfolio management, performing and conducting patentability and freedom-to-operate searches, and rendering opinions regarding validity, infringement, and enforceability is preferred.
  • Experience related to software patent prosecution and litigation is helpful.
  • A strong work ethic and excellent leadership skills will add to your success on our team.

Interested Candidates:

Interested candidates are asked to send an indication of their interest and their qualifications to the Chief Operating Officer, David Rue.

We strongly encourage diverse applicants to apply.

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About Patterson Intellectual Property Law:

Patterson Intellectual Property Law is a leading intellectual property and technology law firm advising clients worldwide on protecting their inventions, innovations, brand, creations, and ideas.


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