We have openings in our Boston and New York offices for experienced and entry-level patent agents and technology specialists in the following practice groups:
Biotechnology, Chemical and Materials Technologies (CMT), Electrical and Computer Technologies (ECT), and Pharmaceuticals.
An advanced degree is required for the Biotechnology, Chemical and Materials Technologies and Pharmaceuticals practice groups. The Electrical and Computer Technologies practice group considers bachelor's, master's and Ph.D. candidates.
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