How to Write a Intellectual Property Attorney Job Description

Here are a few intellectual property attorney job description templates:

Sample 1:

Intellectual Property Attorney

Law firm is seeking a mid-level attorney to join their Intellectual Property and Technology practice in New York City. Candidate will be drafting and negotiating vendor and commercial agreements; IP licensing; website terms of use/privacy policies; rights of privacy and publicity, etc. Candidate will also work in internet law, including domain name searching, selection and enforcement. The firm takes an integrated, multidisciplinary approach that provides a broader perspective on how intellectual property issues affect key legal and business decisions.


  • 3-5 years of IP experience
  • Experience in counseling, drafting and IP related agreements.
  • Should be licensed to practice law in the State of New York.
  • Must have strong academic credentials.
  • Must have superb written communications skills and an ability to produce written work product that is concise and effective.

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