Intellectual Property Court Reporter

Location
Washington, Washington D.C.
Salary
competitive
Posted
Apr 05, 2019
Metro Area
Washington
Duration
Full Time

Law360, a LexisNexis company, is an online newswire for business lawyers that covers major litigation, transactions, and regulatory issues. Founded in 2004 and acquired by LexisNexis in 2012, Law360 is a cutting-edge organization and one of the fastest-growing subscription news services in the U.S. Our subscribers include the largest law firms in the U.S. and around the world, in-house counsel at major corporations, and key decision-makers in the government sector.
 

Law360 is seeking a reporter to cover intellectual property developments in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Patent Trial and Appeal Board and International Trade Commission in Washington, D.C. This reporter will be responsible for keeping track of cases in these courts, attending selected events, communicating with editors, and filing daily news stories.

 

Required:

  • At least one year of full-time, paid reporting experience and some court reporting or similar experience
  • Demonstrated reporting and writing skills

Preferences:

  • Experience reporting for a legal audience
  • Experience writing under deadline pressure
  • Experience writing about intellectual property

 

Periodic travel between court houses is expected. Court Reporters are required to arrange transportation for field travel and/or use their own personal vehicle.

Qualified candidates will be asked to complete writing and reporting tests electronically.

Law360 offers extensive training on legal topics. Business or legal reporting experience is not required. However, professional reporting experience and strong writing and analytical skills are required to succeed in this job.

 

 

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