About this Job
ESURGI is seeking a part-time intern or extern that is well versed in patent law.
- Define intellectual property framework and procedures
- Collaborate with design and implementation teams to review ESURGI’s products
- Keep a written record of invention processes
- Draft patent applications
- Draft, edit, and review legal contracts related to an early stage company
- Occasionally interact with outside counsel
- Available to work remotely. Target internship dates: February – August 2021 (start/end dates flexible)
- Strong attention to detail, highly motivated, and works well with others.
- Ability to make progress while working under minimal supervision
- Strong writing, proofreading, research, and communication skills
- Reliable, self-motivated, and results-driven
- Six (6) months of commitment to this position
Preferred Educational Background:
- 2L/3L law student
- Pursuing an LLM in IP / Patent Law (preferred)
- Pursuing or have a degree in Law or a four-year degree in Legal, Engineering, or a Technical/Science background
- Knowledgeable about or experience in patent law, and contract law
- Experience with or knowledge in engineering, mathematics, or biotechnology
- We have a strong internship program, where externs work directly with an outward-facing executive
- You will be gaining a great mentorship relationship with one of our executives
- You will learn how to build connections in the healthcare and biotechnology industries
- Flexible working hours
- 100% remote
- CPT, OPT or college credit offered
ESURGI is an early-stage bio-health technology startup. Our products include physical medicine, and rehabilitation, physical therapy, and medication reconciliation. It is one of the companies mentioned in Fortune Magazine as the World’s Most Admired Companies and in Forbes’ Fast Tech 25. Our executives have a medical research background in institutions such as UCLA.
About our Internships: An archetypical internship at Esurgi is essentially a special project in the work setting. The interns will be assigned a mentor with an executive background. The intern and the mentor will develop an internship plan. This will be based on the intern’s educational background, career goals, and realistic (preferably interdisciplinary / team) projects within the Esurgisphere. The plan includes objectives, success factors, and deliverables. The intern and mentor will meet regularly to review the progress and plan of the intern. Typical conversations: How would you measure this in that context? I am curious about why you did not suggest those approaches. Given these available data sources, what would be your approach to calculating that?
This internship is not paid.