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Associate/ Patent Attorney- Intellectual Property, Pattern team (Junior/ Mid)

Associate/ Patent Attorney- Intellectual Property, Pattern team (Junior/ Mid)

  • About the Firm: Bird & Bird LLP is an international law firm which supports organisations being changed by technology or the digital world.
  • About the role: We are looking to recruit an Associate (or Patent Attorney) into our Intellectual Property team in London.
  • Looking For: We are looking for an organised, efficient and proactive Associate Solicitor (or Patent Attorney) who enjoys, and has an aptitude for, problem solving and critical thinking, as well a proactive drive to innovate and think outside the box to solve client problems.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include, but not be limited to, advising on aspects of patent law, especially patent royalty rates, licensing disputes and FRAND; analysing complex datasets, graphing results and drawing conclusions, and simple economic modelling; supporting the continued development of the Pattern offering; reviewing patent licences; and advising clients on patent portfolio enforcement strategy.
  • And more: The candidate will have the opportunity to interface with clients and become an expert in our consultancy offering, with the potential to progress to a more senior level.

Bird & Bird

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