Every new agent or engineer is assigned a “Mentor” who is responsible for initial work assignments and early professional development. Aside from day-to-day training received from partners and senior associates, the firm conducts weekly training during its Monday and Thursday lunch meetings. In addition, the firm supports attendance at outside seminars pertaining to intellectual property and technology law topics. The firm also believes that it is useful to the development of patent practitioners to visit the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria, Virginia.

In addition to ongoing informal feedback, agents and engineers are given one formal progress evaluation each year and a scheduled “informal” evaluation meeting mid-year. Although not required, it is encouraged that engineers prepare for the Patent Bar examination and become patent agents. Likewise, the firm is supportive to agents who desire to attend law school while employed at the firm. Reduced work requirements and financial assistance can be extended to agents while attending law school.

Although agents and engineers are not eligible for partnership, they can still play a vital role in the management of the firm by participating in a variety of administrative functions. Also, compensation will continue to increase commensurate with experience and efficiency.


Current Openings

Position: Patent Attorney/Agent

Beyer Law Group LLP, a respected Silicon Valley intellectual property law firm is currently seeking an experienced Patent Attorney or Agent.

We are searching for all levels of experience with a minimum of 2 years as a Patent Attorney or Patent Agent. Our firm specializes in electrical, software, and mechanical related patents.

Please submit your resume & cover letter to hiring manager at:

info@beyerlaw.com

Faxes also welcome: (650) 842-1301

http://www.beyerlaw.com

Beyer Law Group LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Please refer to our benefits page for a detailed list of our employee benefits.

Beyer Law Group LLP does not discriminate based upon race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, national origin or any other legally protected characteristic.