Intellectual property lawyers
What does an intellectual property lawyer do?
An intellectual property lawyer provides commercial and litigation intellectual property services, which may include:
Assisting a wide range of Australian and overseas clients with all types of intellectual property litigation and dispute resolution covering all areas of IP;
Offering corporate and commercial advice in the areas of information and communication technology, licensing, franchising, consumer protection, competition and capital raisings; and
Assisting the trade mark and patent groups of Davies Collison Cave, patent and trade mark attorneys in commercial matters and in disputes in the pre-litigation stage through to trial.
What are we looking for?
At Davies Collison Cave Law, we look for people with:
A Bachelor of Laws degree and who are admitted to practice;
Relevant IP experience; and
An undergraduate or graduate degree in science or engineering (preferred, but not essential)
In addition to these qualifications, we look for people who are exceptionally organised to work in all areas of intellectual property. We recruit people who are excellent communicators, with strong analytical skills, and who have enthusiasm to learn and a commitment in ensuring that client requirements are met.
How to apply
If you believe you have the relevant skills and qualifications and are interested in a career as an IP Lawyer at Davies Collison Cave Law, please see contact us for further details on applying for a position at our firm.