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Jones Day – Intellectual Property Research Librarian

Summary of Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The Firm Research and Library Services Intellectual Property (IP) Research Librarian is responsible for providing reference and research services to lawyers, paralegals and support staff. The IP Research Librarian works independently in performing research and related projects and is expected to perform all job duties with a commitment to providing superior service to clients, producing quality work product and maintaining an atmosphere of teamwork and continuous improvement. The IP Research Librarian performs in-depth and complex intellectual property reference and research duties, including responding to user requests for information from internal and external resources, onsite and offsite materials, and print and non-print media on legal, business and intellectual property topics. Above all, the IP Research Librarian must fulfill the needs of the Firm in a manner which is consistent with the Firm’s vision and values.

Required Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree required; Library Science or STEM degree preferred.
  • Minimum of five years demonstrated experience of law library resources, fundamentals, and procedures.
  • Minimum of two years of experience in patent research.
  • Experience with online searches using external databases and services including, but not limited to, PatDocs, PatBase, ProQuest, Docket Navigator, CompuMark, Westlaw, Lexis Advance, and Bloomberg Law.


Any U.S. Office

Apply here.




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