McNeill Baur is looking for attorneys and agents with advanced degrees in Biology with at least 3 years relevant experience in complex patent prosecution and/or patent counseling. Candidates with prior litigation experience are encouraged to apply. Candidates should have a track record of performing work for innovative life science, biotech, and/or pharmaceutical corporations based in the United States. Applicants must be admitted to practice before the USPTO. We want to hear from you even if you want a part-time position or are an on-ramp candidates who wants to return to the workforce.
We love what we do! We work with the best and brightest innovative clients at the cutting edge of biotechnology and chemistry. This is a unique opportunity to practice law at a big firm level, while benefiting from the firm's strong commitment to reasonable work hours, family-friendly atmosphere, and respecting employee work-life balance.
McNeill Baur was founded by a group of former big law attorneys who continue to practice high value, strategic patent prosecution and client counseling but in a smaller firm environment. Our attorneys are nationally recognized leaders in life sciences patent prosecution and counseling, and the firm has been ranked as a recommended firm for patent prosecution for multiple years.
Vault.com awarded McNeill Baur the #1 national spot in hours out of 50 Midsize Law Firms. We were also ranked in the top 25 Best Midsize Firms to Work For across all practice areas nationwide. In addition to our #1 in hours ranking, we were recognized as excelling in Technology and Innovation, Wellness, Diversity, and Quality of Work.
We are committed to equity and inclusion across race, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, identity, religion, and experience.
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Please submit resume, cover letter, salary requirements, desired hours per year, and a portfolio listing representative US patents or published applications that you have drafted and/or prosecuted
Employer Type: Law Firm
Job Location: Remote