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Location North Carolina - Winston Salem
Job ID CWCL253604
Job Experience Midlevel Associate
IP - Patent - ChemistryIP - Patent - BiologyIP - Patent - Biotechnology
Winston Salem office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a chemistry and life sciences prosecution associate attorney with 3+ years of direct patent prosecution experience. The candidate should be USPTO-registered with strong educational and/or industry experience in bioinformatics, computational biology, biology, chemistry, and/or artificial intelligence or a closely related field. Should preferably have an advanced degree (e.g., M.S. or Ph.D.) or 3+ years of relevant industry experience. The position would involve working with innovations at the intersection of software, chemistry, and biology, so high familiarity and experience in those fields is preferred. Must have NC State Bar admission. Proficiency in technical writing is a plus. Must have strong written and verbal skills.
This Amlaw firm specializes in intellectual property and is committed to providing its associates with both a positive work environment and sophisticated work. Flexible scheduling and pro-bono work are aspects highly valued by the firm. This firm has also obtained its second perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index as Best Place to Work for LGBT equality.
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