IP Associate – Law Firm – Dallas, Texas

Bell Nunnally & Martin LLP, Bell Nunnally & Martin LLPa full-service Dallas firm, seeks intellectual property attorney having 2-4 years of patent and trademark prosecution, litigation and transaction experience. Ideal applicants will have graduated in the top 25% of their law school classes. Applicants graduating in the top 50% of their class will be considered with extraordinary accomplishments including, by way of example: 1. Judicial Clerkships; 2. Law Review; and 3. Mock Trail/Moot Court.

Duties will include handling a variety of intellectual property-related matters, such as patent prosecution, trademark clearance and prosecution, intellectual property litigation and enforcement, drafting and negotiating intellectual property-related licenses and agreements, researching various issues, and counseling clients in a wide range of industries. Electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering or similar backgrounds preferred. Current membership in good standing of any US State Bar (preferably Texas) and license to practice before the USPTO is preferred. Knowledge of global trademark and patent laws and procedures, and experience with copyright, trade secret, software, e-commerce, and domain name matters is a plus.

Must be a self-starter who is highly motivated, versatile and adaptable with a good sense of humor and a desire to build a book of business. Must possess excellent writing, communication, interpersonal, client service, and organization skills with exceptional attention to detail and accuracy. The position requires the ability to follow up, follow through, handle multiple projects simultaneously, assess shifting priorities, achieve solutions and solve problems under deadlines, and work both independently with minimal supervision and as an integral member of a team.

Apply by emailing Morgan Buckley at: morganb@bellnunnally.com.

Additional Info:
Employer Type: Law Firm
Job Location: Dallas, Texas

About Dennis Crouch

Law Professor at the University of Missouri School of Law. Co-director of the Center for Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship.