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Who we are

For over 140 years, Fish & Richardson has served some of the most imaginative creators in history, including Thomas Edison and the Wright Brothers. This spirit of innovation is shared not only by our clients, but by all Fish employees. If you’re looking for an employer who values not only what you do, but how you think, let’s talk.

  • “#1 Patent Litigation Firm"

  • “Top Trademark Law Firm”

  • “Top 15% for Diversity”

  • “IP Litigation Law Firm of the Year”

  • “IP Boutique of the Year”

  • “Most Innovative Use of Technology”

A 21 st Century
Law Firm

While our founding dates back to 1878, we’ve never stopped evolving to better serve our clients,
our communities, and the world at large.

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

Our creative and inclusive culture is a reflection of a vibrant combination of people, experiences, talents, and perspectives. Diversity is not a buzzword at Fish; it is an essential part of who we are as individuals and why we succeed as a firm. 

GREEN INITIATIVES

As advocates for cleantech companies and other progressive clientele, we also realize the importance of doing our part to help preserve our planet’s health. We are conscious of using renewable power and encourage all employees to reduce, reuse, and recycle, both at work and in their personal lives. 

Generous Employee Benefits

  • Retirement

    Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution 

  • Healthcare

    Medical, dental, and vision coverage; group and supplemental life insurance

  • Disability

    Short and Long Term Disability Insurance

  • Wellness

    Employee wellness initiatives, featuring fitness center reimbursements

  • Paid Time Off

    Generous vacation, sick, and personal time

  • Family-friendly

    Family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care and elder care

  • Tuition

    Tuition reimbursement program

  • Casual

    Business casual attire and casual Fridays

  • Development

    Robust onboarding and training programs, including professional development planning

Career Opportunities

Billing Coordinator (Minneapolis, MN)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Minneapolis team in our fast-paced Accounting Department as a Billing Coordinator.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately process client invoices by following specific client billing guidelines
  • Perform quality control reviews of all finalized invoices in your portfolio prior to delivery to the client
  • Ensure timely mailing of invoices for both routine and complex billing arrangements

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • Professional office work experience is required
  • Experience as a Billing Coordinator in a high volume legal or professional service environment is preferred
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, in a professional matter when dealing with all levels of legal, management and support staff.
  • Ability to change and adapt to current and future responsibilities and circumstances
  • Experience working with Aderant is preferred
  • Ability to work in office as needed for training and collaboration, no more than 3 days per month.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (Redwood City, CA)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Silicon Valley m in our fast-paced Conflicts department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement
  • Our salary range for this position in Silicon Valley is $63,714 – $101,125 per year

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (San Diego, CA)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s San Diego team in our fast-paced Conflicts department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement
  • Our salary range for this position in San Diego is $59,117 – $86,266 per year

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (New York, NY)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s New York team in our fast-paced Conflicts department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement
  • Our salary range for this position in New York is $66,579 – $101,872 per year

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (Austin, TX)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Austin team in our fast-paced Conflicts department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (Minneapolis, MN)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Minneapolis team in our fast-paced Conflicts department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (Wilmington, DE)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Delaware team in our fast-paced Conflicts department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (Washington, D.C.)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Washington, D.C. team in our fast-paced Conflicts department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement
  • Our salary range for the position in Washington, D.C. is $70,821-$112,235 per year

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (Houston, TX)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Houston team in our fast-paced Conflicts Department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (Dallas, TX)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Dallas team in our fast-paced Conflicts department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (Atlanta, GA)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Atlanta team in our fast-paced Conflicts department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Conflicts Resolution Specialist (Boston, MA)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s  Boston team in our fast-paced Conflicts Department as a Conflicts Resolution Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Providing detailed analysis of conflict reports in order to identify possible conflicts of interest (including those that are sensitive, confidential and/or complex) and to facilitate and assist with the timely resolution of possible conflict issues (whether ethical conflicts, business conflicts or subject matter conflicts) by working directly with principals and their secretaries/assistants to resolve identified issues
  • Initiating and maintaining routine follow-up with attorneys regarding outstanding identified conflicts issues to ensure their timely resolution
  • Producing accurate conflict reports from LegalKey
  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on corporate family tree information of new clients and adverse parties
  • Reviewing, comparing and providing advice regarding use of firm standard engagement and waiver letter templates and assisting with drafting same

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent in experience) and at least 3 years’ experience working in a law firm at a level normally acquired through professional experience in the identification, analysis and resolution of conflicts of interest, including ethical, subject matter and business conflicts, or a J.D.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Strong investigative and analytical skills necessary to conduct complex and detailed analysis of legal matters
  • Experience using Intapp™ matter intake and conflicts software preferred
  • Ability to commute into one of our office locations on occasion – this role is mostly remote

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


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Litigation Case Manager (Dallas, TX)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Dallas team in our fast-paced Litigation Practice Systems Department as a Litigation Case Manager.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Case management, including direct supervision of paralegal and litigation assistant(s).
  • Anticipate and plan for all phases of litigation with minimal direction from supervising attorney.
  • Support attorneys in all phases of litigation, including preparation for filing of lawsuit, discovery, trial preparation and attendance at trial.
  • Organize and analyze documents, including the identification and appropriate handling of confidential and privileged documents.
  • Train, supervise and mentor senior paralegals, paralegals, and litigation assistants in all aspects of litigation support; and provide them with periodic feedback regarding their performance throughout the year.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • Bachelor’s degree, or specialized equivalent experience, or Paralegal certificate recognized by the ABA with the required experience
  • Minimum of 5 years’ of current litigation experience, including significant experience handling fact and expert discovery, Markman hearings and pre-trial/post-trial disclosures and briefings is required
  • Experience handling investigations before the International Trade Commission and Federal Circuit appellate work is preferred.
  • Knowledge of Federal and State Court rules.
  • IP litigation experience is preferred.
  • Interpersonal skills necessary in order to maintain effective relationships with principals, attorneys, clients and staff, in person and via remote means, i.e. telephone, Skype and Zoom.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Relativity, Everchron, ProLaw, Lexis and Westlaw.
  • Ability to travel as needed.
  • Ability to work in the office a minimum of 1 day per week and more as required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Litigation Case Manager (Washington, D.C.)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Washington D.C. team in our fast-paced Litigation Practice Systems Department as a Litigation Case Manager.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Case management, including direct supervision of paralegal and litigation assistant(s).
  • Anticipate and plan for all phases of litigation with minimal direction from supervising attorney.
  • Support attorneys in all phases of litigation, including preparation for filing of lawsuit, discovery, trial preparation and attendance at trial.
  • Organize and analyze documents, including the identification and appropriate handling of confidential and privileged documents.
  • Train, supervise and mentor senior paralegals, paralegals, and litigation assistants in all aspects of litigation support; and provide them with periodic feedback regarding their performance throughout the year.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • Bachelor’s degree, or specialized equivalent experience, or Paralegal certificate recognized by the ABA with the required experience
  • Minimum of 5 years’ of current litigation experience, including significant experience handling fact and expert discovery, Markman hearings and pre-trial/post-trial disclosures and briefings is required
  • Experience handling investigations before the International Trade Commission and Federal Circuit appellate work is preferred.
  • Knowledge of Federal and State Court rules.
  • IP litigation experience is preferred.
  • Interpersonal skills necessary in order to maintain effective relationships with principals, attorneys, clients and staff, in person and via remote means, i.e. telephone, Skype and Zoom.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Relativity, Everchron, ProLaw, Lexis and Westlaw.
  • Ability to travel as needed.
  • Ability to work in the office a minimum of 1 day per week and more as required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement
  • Our salary range for this position in Washington, D.C. is $57.87 – $74.06 per hour

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Client Relations Manager (Washington, DC)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Boston team in our fast-paced Marketing & Business Development Department as a Client Relations Manager.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Cultivate strong and enduring client relationships
  • Develop and implement strategic initiatives to drive client growth and retention
  • Analyze client financial data to identify revenue growth opportunities
  • Foster collaboration across MBD team to ensure seamless client experiences
  • Manage client visitation and feedback programs, as well as client and prospect-focused travel and entertainment opportunities
  • Oversee the firm’s alumni program

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • Bachelor’s degree required (marketing, communications or business preferred); advance degree preferred
  • 6+ years’ experience in marketing, client relations, business development, or sales team position (law firm or professional services experience preferred)
  • Experience with direct or indirect leadership
  • Proven track record of success in client relationship management
  • Strong understanding of client needs and business development strategies
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Collaborative and team-oriented approach
  • Superior communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to oversee team members in various positions and geographic locations.
  • This role is mostly remote with the exception of team/attorney meetings and client engagement activities (in-person CLEs, receptions, etc.) – this could also include occasional travel to other offices.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement
  • Our salary range for this position in Washington, D.C. is $100,157 – $156,350 per year

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Client Relations Manager (Boston, MA)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Boston team in our fast-paced Marketing & Business Development Department as a Client Relations Manager.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Cultivate strong and enduring client relationships
  • Develop and implement strategic initiatives to drive client growth and retention
  • Analyze client financial data to identify revenue growth opportunities
  • Foster collaboration across MBD team to ensure seamless client experiences
  • Manage client visitation and feedback programs, as well as client and prospect-focused travel and entertainment opportunities
  • Oversee the firm’s alumni program

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • Bachelor’s degree required (marketing, communications or business preferred); advance degree preferred
  • 6+ years’ experience in marketing, client relations, business development, or sales team position (law firm or professional services experience preferred)
  • Experience with direct or indirect leadership
  • Proven track record of success in client relationship management
  • Strong understanding of client needs and business development strategies
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Collaborative and team-oriented approach
  • Superior communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to oversee team members in various positions and geographic locations.
  • This role is mostly remote with the exception of team/attorney meetings and client engagement activities (in-person CLEs, receptions, etc.) – this could also include occasional travel to other offices.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Office Services Assistant (Minneapolis, MN)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Minneapolis team in our fast-paced Operations Department as an Office Services Assistant.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Log and distribute all incoming and outgoing mail, packages, deliveries, and faxes. Weigh mail and affix appropriate postage.  Package outbound shipments efficiently and economically to ensure safe delivery.
  • Complete assigned copying, scanning, printing, and binding projects.
  • Ensure supply stations are clean, stocked, and organized.
  • Prepare and test video conferencing equipment and set up refreshments in advance of meetings. Promptly break down equipment and clean rooms after meetings.
  • Assist with file room services, inventory, and other business needs as they arise.
  • Assist with conference room meal and snack set-ups.
  • Ensure kitchens supplies are stocked, and the rooms clean and tidy.
  • Provide front desk coverage for breaks, days off, etc. as needed

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • High School diploma or equivalent required
  • 1+ years’ experience working in a professional office setting.
  • Ability to change and adapt to current and future responsibilities and circumstances.
  • Ability to work well within a team-oriented environment and contribute to effective team relationships.
  • Significant attention to detail is a must.
  • Ability to occasionally lift, carry, or otherwise move and position objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
  • Ability to work in our Minneapolis office 5 days per week is required. The hours for this role will be 8:30AM – 5:00PM Monday through Friday. We do have cross-training for all shifts in this department which may require a day of working an opening shift (6:30AM – 3:00PM)

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Operations Assistant (Minneapolis, MN)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Minneapolis team in our fast-paced Operations Department as an Operations Assistant.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Answer phones and direct calls. Operate a multi-line telephone console in order to relay incoming, outgoing and intra-system calls. Direct telephone calls to appropriate attorneys and staff. Take messages for visitors and staff.
  • Meet and greet clients and visitors to the office, ensure proper clearance and routing (including use of The Receptionist visitor management kiosk) of such parties in accordance with firm policies, which includes providing visitor badges to all visitors.
  • Schedule conference rooms and attorney visiting offices and maintain records.
  • Contact building management regarding maintenance and/or visitor/vendor access issues.
  • Schedule video conferences and keep track of connections and equipment. Arrange conference calls.
  • Assist with hoteling software and staff/attorney workspace scheduling issues.
  • Assist with coordination of office social events (i.e., summer outing, holiday party, monthly socials, staff appreciation day, etc.) as requested by Office Manager.
  • Assist with administrative tasks to support the Operations Department, Practice Groups, and other administrative groups as requested by the Office Manager.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • 1+ years office related experience.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the law office and departmental policies and procedures is preferred.
  • Ability to organize and prioritize numerous tasks and complete them under time constraints.
  • Ability to work well within a team-oriented environment and contribute to effective team relationships.
  • Interpersonal skills necessary to communicate by telephone and in person with a diverse group of visitors, vendors, attorneys, and staff to provide information with courtesy and tact.
  • Ability to work in the Minneapolis, MN office 5 days per week is required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


IP Operations Assistant (Minneapolis, MN)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Minneapolis team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as an IP Operations Assistant.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Perform a wide range of administrative and procedural duties relating to transfers, billing, process review, client special procedures, audits, reports, forms, etc.
  • Support the centralization of original documents in the Minneapolis office.
  • Maintain and manage a project log. Document all new and/or revised procedures.
  • Support the transfers process within Practice Systems and carry out the day-to-day operations in support of that team.
  • Support the solutions to general operations issues by collaborating with managers and supervisors within practice systems and externally as needed. Participate in regular meetings with managers in the group.
  • Billable projects as requested.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • High school diploma or equivalent is required.
  • Minimum 1 year professional office experience (IP law office experience preferred; not required)
  • Ability to organize and prioritize numerous tasks and complete them under time restraints. May adapt procedures, processes and techniques, within established guidelines, to meet requirements of the position, task or project.
  • Ability to use essential office equipment.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in MS Outlook, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Ability to learn other computer applications with training provided necessary to the completion of tasks.
  • Ability to work well within a team-oriented environment and contribute to effective team relationships.
  • Ability to identify issues and refer them to management, often with proposed solutions.
  • Interpersonal skills necessary to communicate effectively with a diverse group of attorneys, clients and staff, providing information with courtesy and professionalism, at all times observing confidentiality requirements.
  • Maintain attention to detail and the ability to occasionally work without supervision, sometimes requiring exercise of independent judgment. Able to resolve routine questions and problems, referring complex issues to higher levels.
  • 2 days per week in the Minneapolis office. First 2 weeks in role in the office.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Trademark Assistant (Boston, MA)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Boston team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Trademark Assistant.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Provide administrative support to legal staff and paralegals.
  • Prepare standard correspondence, memoranda, and other documents.
  • Review, edit, and process vendor invoices and monthly client bills.
  • Maintain records and filing systems.
  • Schedule appointments / maintain calendar for legal staff

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • At least 1+ years’ administrative support experience, preferably in a law firm
  • Skills and knowledge of administrative support as normally acquired through technical training or equivalent experience
  • This position is hybrid with an in-office requirement of 2 days per week.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Trademark Assistant (Minneapolis, MN)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Minneapolis team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Trademark Assistant.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Provide administrative support to legal staff and paralegals.
  • Prepare standard correspondence, memoranda, and other documents.
  • Review, edit, and process vendor invoices and monthly client bills.
  • Maintain records and filing systems.
  • Schedule appointments / maintain calendar for legal staff

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • At least 1+ years’ administrative support experience, preferably in a law firm
  • Skills and knowledge of administrative support as normally acquired through technical training or equivalent experience
  • This position is hybrid with an in-office requirement of 2 days per week.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Trademark Assistant (Washington, D.C.)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Washington, D.C. team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Trademark Assistant.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Provide administrative support to legal staff and paralegals.
  • Prepare standard correspondence, memoranda, and other documents.
  • Review, edit, and process vendor invoices and monthly client bills.
  • Maintain records and filing systems.
  • Schedule appointments / maintain calendar for legal staff

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • At least 1+ years’ administrative support experience, preferably in a law firm
  • Skills and knowledge of administrative support as normally acquired through technical training or equivalent experience
  • This position is hybrid with an in-office requirement of 2 days per week.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement
  • Our salary range for this position in Washington, D.C. is $26.02 – $36.06 per hour

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Docketing Specialist (Houston, TX)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Houston team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Docketing Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately docket USPTO and foreign patent mail into the docketing system according to established procedures.
  • Generate and monitor daily docket of deadlines and ensure that deadlines are met, and system is properly updated.
  • Review incoming and outgoing emails/faxes/mail and update docketing systems as necessary.
  • Provide auditing service for matters and docketed actions to ensure quality control of client data.
  • Assist with the processing of incoming and outgoing documents in the firm’s APS system.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • 3+ years US and/or Foreign IP patent docketing or patent paralegal experience is required.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of docketing of patent processes.
  • Ability to identify issues and problems and proactively work to solve them.
  • Professional conduct, service-oriented attitude and acute attention to detail.
  • Ability to change and adapt to current and future responsibilities and circumstances.
  • Experience using IP docketing software, such as PATTSY or Foundation IP is preferred.
  • This role is mostly remote with the exception of quarterly staff meetings and special events. Commutable distance to one of our office locations is required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Docketing Specialist (Wilmington, DE)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Delaware team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Docketing Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately docket USPTO and foreign patent mail into the docketing system according to established procedures.
  • Generate and monitor daily docket of deadlines and ensure that deadlines are met, and system is properly updated.
  • Review incoming and outgoing emails/faxes/mail and update docketing systems as necessary.
  • Provide auditing service for matters and docketed actions to ensure quality control of client data.
  • Assist with the processing of incoming and outgoing documents in the firm’s APS system.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • 3+ years US and/or Foreign IP patent docketing or patent paralegal experience is required.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of docketing of patent processes.
  • Ability to identify issues and problems and proactively work to solve them.
  • Professional conduct, service-oriented attitude and acute attention to detail.
  • Ability to change and adapt to current and future responsibilities and circumstances.
  • Experience using IP docketing software, such as PATTSY or Foundation IP is preferred.
  • This role is mostly remote with the exception of quarterly staff meetings and special events. Commutable distance to one of our office locations is required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Docketing Specialist (Dallas, TX)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Dallas team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Docketing Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately docket USPTO and foreign patent mail into the docketing system according to established procedures.
  • Generate and monitor daily docket of deadlines and ensure that deadlines are met, and system is properly updated.
  • Review incoming and outgoing emails/faxes/mail and update docketing systems as necessary.
  • Provide auditing service for matters and docketed actions to ensure quality control of client data.
  • Assist with the processing of incoming and outgoing documents in the firm’s APS system.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • 3+ years US and/or Foreign IP patent docketing or patent paralegal experience is required.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of docketing of patent processes.
  • Ability to identify issues and problems and proactively work to solve them.
  • Professional conduct, service-oriented attitude and acute attention to detail.
  • Ability to change and adapt to current and future responsibilities and circumstances.
  • Experience using IP docketing software, such as PATTSY or Foundation IP is preferred.
  • This role is mostly remote with the exception of quarterly staff meetings and special events. Commutable distance to one of our office locations is required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Docketing Specialist (Boston, MA)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Boston team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Docketing Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately docket USPTO and foreign patent mail into the docketing system according to established procedures.
  • Generate and monitor daily docket of deadlines and ensure that deadlines are met, and system is properly updated.
  • Review incoming and outgoing emails/faxes/mail and update docketing systems as necessary.
  • Provide auditing service for matters and docketed actions to ensure quality control of client data.
  • Assist with the processing of incoming and outgoing documents in the firm’s APS system.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • 3+ years US and/or Foreign IP patent docketing or patent paralegal experience is required.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of docketing of patent processes.
  • Ability to identify issues and problems and proactively work to solve them.
  • Professional conduct, service-oriented attitude and acute attention to detail.
  • Ability to change and adapt to current and future responsibilities and circumstances.
  • Experience using IP docketing software, such as PATTSY or Foundation IP is preferred.
  • This role is mostly remote with the exception of quarterly staff meetings and special events. Commutable distance to one of our office locations is required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Docketing Specialist (Austin, TX)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Austin team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Docketing Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately docket USPTO and foreign patent mail into the docketing system according to established procedures.
  • Generate and monitor daily docket of deadlines and ensure that deadlines are met, and system is properly updated.
  • Review incoming and outgoing emails/faxes/mail and update docketing systems as necessary.
  • Provide auditing service for matters and docketed actions to ensure quality control of client data.
  • Assist with the processing of incoming and outgoing documents in the firm’s APS system.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • 3+ years US and/or Foreign IP patent docketing or patent paralegal experience is required.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of docketing of patent processes.
  • Ability to identify issues and problems and proactively work to solve them.
  • Professional conduct, service-oriented attitude and acute attention to detail.
  • Ability to change and adapt to current and future responsibilities and circumstances.
  • Experience using IP docketing software, such as PATTSY or Foundation IP is preferred.
  • This role is mostly remote with the exception of quarterly staff meetings and special events. Commutable distance to one of our office locations is required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Docketing Specialist (Atlanta, GA)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Atlanta team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Docketing Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately docket USPTO and foreign patent mail into the docketing system according to established procedures.
  • Generate and monitor daily docket of deadlines and ensure that deadlines are met, and system is properly updated.
  • Review incoming and outgoing emails/faxes/mail and update docketing systems as necessary.
  • Provide auditing service for matters and docketed actions to ensure quality control of client data.
  • Assist with the processing of incoming and outgoing documents in the firm’s APS system.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • 3+ years US and/or Foreign IP patent docketing or patent paralegal experience is required.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of docketing of patent processes.
  • Ability to identify issues and problems and proactively work to solve them.
  • Professional conduct, service-oriented attitude and acute attention to detail.
  • Ability to change and adapt to current and future responsibilities and circumstances.
  • Experience using IP docketing software, such as PATTSY or Foundation IP is preferred.
  • This role is mostly remote with the exception of quarterly staff meetings and special events. Commutable distance to one of our office locations is required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Docketing Specialist (Minneapolis, MN)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Minneapolis team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Docketing Specialist.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately docket USPTO and foreign patent mail into the docketing system according to established procedures.
  • Generate and monitor daily docket of deadlines and ensure that deadlines are met, and system is properly updated.
  • Review incoming and outgoing emails/faxes/mail and update docketing systems as necessary.
  • Provide auditing service for matters and docketed actions to ensure quality control of client data.
  • Assist with the processing of incoming and outgoing documents in the firm’s APS system.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • 3+ years US and/or Foreign IP patent docketing or patent paralegal experience is required.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of docketing of patent processes.
  • Ability to identify issues and problems and proactively work to solve them.
  • Professional conduct, service-oriented attitude and acute attention to detail.
  • Ability to change and adapt to current and future responsibilities and circumstances.
  • Experience using IP docketing software, such as PATTSY or Foundation IP is preferred.
  • This role is mostly remote with the exception of quarterly staff meetings and special events. Commutable distance to one of our office locations is required.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Patent Paralegal (Washington, D.C.)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Washington, D.C. team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Patent Paralegal.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately prepare, obtain, and file documents related to all phases of patent prosecution, including, but not limited to, requests for client instructions; assignments; information disclosure statements; and responses to office actions.
  • Maintain and manage a prosecution docket and follow up on items to ensure due dates and deadlines are met.
  • Account for all hours worked on a daily basis by entering time into the firm’s timekeeping system in order to achieve the billable goal as established by practice management.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • Bachelor’s degree or Paralegal Certificate from an ABA (American Bar Association) recognized program or equivalent experience in legal support.
  • Minimum 1 year experience as a Patent Paralegal with U.S. and/or foreign prosecution knowledge, or equivalent legal experience.
  • Willingness to assist other team members when needed and ability to work well within a team-oriented environment.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work in the office as needed for training and collaboration, for a minimum of 3 days per month.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement
  • Our salary range for this position in Washington, D.C. is $26.05 – $62.98 per hour

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Patent Paralegal (Dallas, TX)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Dallas team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Patent Paralegal.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately prepare, obtain, and file documents related to all phases of patent prosecution, including, but not limited to, requests for client instructions; assignments; information disclosure statements; and responses to office actions.
  • Maintain and manage a prosecution docket and follow up on items to ensure due dates and deadlines are met.
  • Account for all hours worked on a daily basis by entering time into the firm’s timekeeping system in order to achieve the billable goal as established by practice management.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • Bachelor’s degree or Paralegal Certificate from an ABA (American Bar Association) recognized program or equivalent experience in legal support.
  • Minimum 1 year experience as a Patent Paralegal with U.S. and/or foreign prosecution knowledge, or equivalent legal experience.
  • Willingness to assist other team members when needed and ability to work well within a team-oriented environment.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work in the office as needed for training and collaboration, for a minimum of 3 days per month.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


Patent Paralegal (Minneapolis, MN)

Fish & Richardson, the premier global intellectual property law firm, is trusted by the world’s most innovative and influential companies. Fish was established in 1878, and now has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists in the U.S., Europe, and China. Our success is rooted in our creative and inclusive culture, which values the diversity of people, experiences, and perspectives. Join Fish’s Minneapolis team in our fast-paced Practice Systems Department as a Patent Paralegal.

How Will You Make a Difference?

  • Accurately prepare, obtain, and file documents related to all phases of patent prosecution, including, but not limited to, requests for client instructions; assignments; information disclosure statements; and responses to office actions.
  • Maintain and manage a prosecution docket and follow up on items to ensure due dates and deadlines are met.
  • Account for all hours worked on a daily basis by entering time into the firm’s timekeeping system in order to achieve the billable goal as established by practice management.

What Will You Bring to the Table?

  • Bachelor’s degree or Paralegal Certificate from an ABA (American Bar Association) recognized program or equivalent experience in legal support.
  • Minimum 1 year experience as a Patent Paralegal with U.S. and/or foreign prosecution knowledge, or equivalent legal experience.
  • Willingness to assist other team members when needed and ability to work well within a team-oriented environment.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work in the office as needed for training and collaboration, for a minimum of 3 days per month.

Why Fish?

When you join our team, we offer:

  • Competitive pay and discretionary bonus opportunities along with a rich benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental coverage, generous paid time off, and tuition reimbursement
  • Award-winning retirement and profit sharing plans with employer contribution
  • A family-friendly atmosphere with back-up child care, as well as health and wellness initiatives
  • A positive culture awarded an Outstanding Workplace 2023 designation by People Insight based on our high levels of employee engagement

Our Commitment to Diversity

As a firm that serves the world’s greatest visionaries, we know that creativity and innovation are the result of seeing the world from multiple different perspectives. Having a diverse team enhances the quality of legal services we provide to our clients, sustains our standing as a premier IP law firm, and strengthens the fabric of our firm.


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