Corporate Department: Career Associate for Intellectual Property Transactions Group - Boston, New York, San Francisco, or Silicon Valley
The Intellectual Property Transactions (IPT) Group of Ropes & Gray LLP (R&G) is seeking Career Associates in either our Boston, New York, San Francisco or Silicon Valley offices. The firm is seeking candidates with 3-7 years of experience supporting M&A transactions across all industries. Attorneys in this position will work directly with R&G’s global M&A deal teams and take a leading role in advising on deal-related IP and technology law matters, including providing drafting and negotiation support for purchase agreements, drafting and negotiating associated commercial agreements (e.g., IP licenses and assignments, transition services agreements, supply agreements, etc.), and coordinating and supervising IPT diligence activities performed by junior IPT associates. They will also play a key role in M&A-specific IPT knowledge management and training activities.
As a member of our Intellectual Property Transactions group, you will practice alongside some of the most recognized attorneys in the profession. Attorneys looking for an opportunity to apply their legal expertise to our highly sophisticated practice are encouraged to apply. Ropes & Gray LLP is an equal opportunity employer.
Director of Diversity and Inclusion - Boston and New York
For more information, please contact Tyler Szymanski - Tyler.Szymanski@ropesgray.com
Ropes & Gray is seeking an experienced executive to provide diversity and inclusion vision and leadership, and play a significant role in setting and executing the firm’s diversity goals. The Director of Diversity and Inclusion (“Diversity Director”) will lead the development, implementation and championing of proactive diversity and inclusion initiatives in support of the firm’s diversity mission and strategic plan. The position is a broad, highly matrixed, visible and strategic role. Reporting to the Director of Attorney Talent Development, the Diversity Director will be the primary point of contact and support for the firm's Diversity Committee. The Diversity Director will work collaboratively and closely with firm leaders, including the Policy Committee, practice group leaders, leaders of the affinity groups and the Women’s Forum, the CHRO, and the directors in human resources to plan, communicate and implement new strategies for hiring, retaining and promoting the firm’s diverse talent.