We firmly believe in and are committed to developing and supporting team work while fostering mutual respect for the uniqueness of each individual. While character, competency and common sense define our professional culture, without that professional's commitment to a vision centered around teamwork combined with a dedication to client's interests, true professionalism in a firm setting is not possible.
We also strongly believe in and are committed to nurturing and maintaining a friendly professional work environment based on mutual trust and accountability. We support and encourage each individual to work towards attaining their highest potential and maturity, both personally and professionally. Towards these goals, continuous training and growth are inherent to our practice. Accordingly, we encourage an early adoption of competing only with oneself and being of service and assistance to others. We provide a rich training program that is tailored to each individual. All work product is second attorney reviewed to ensure timely feedback along with growth and development opportunities in a collegial and professional manner to build trust, confidence and commitment.
Lee IP Law, an established IP law firm located in Fairview Park, Falls Church, Virginia, seeks registered patent attorneys with at least one year of patent prosecution experience in electrical, electro-mechanical, semiconductor, material science, chemical, and optics arts (degree in E.E., Ch.E., Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science, Optics or similar field is preferred). We are seeking focused and dedicated patent prosecution attorneys to join our growing team of professionals. Responsibilities would include preparation and prosecution of U.S. patent applications, opinions and counseling. We offer competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits. Qualified candidates should submit their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite all qualified candidates to submit their qualifications to
Lee IP Law
3141 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, Virginia 22042