Jones Day IP Interns

IP Legal Interns

IP Legal Interns

Jones Day's intellectual property (IP) Legal Intern program enables technology specialists, engineers, and scientists with relevant advanced graduate degrees (e.g., M.S., Ph.D., M.D.) to gain IP law experience by working with talented attorneys while simultaneously attending law school in the evenings.  

Technology specialists, engineers, and scientists selected for the IP Legal Intern program are lawyers-in-training.  They work for the Firm during the day and attend an evening program at a local law school.  Jones Day provides financial assistance for law school tuition.  These lawyers-in-training work closely with our attorneys handling patent prosecution as well as gain experience in other aspects of IP law.  For example, IP Legal Interns may work on drafting and prosecuting patent applications, or supporting IP due diligences, patent landscape analyses, patent litigations, or post-grant proceedings (e.g., IPR, PGR, interferences).  If not already registered when they join the program, IP Legal Interns are expected to promptly become registered patent agents with the United States Patent and Trademark Office

To learn more about IP legal interns, please contact Adriane Antler or Nikolaos George, Ph.D. You may also apply online.
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