1L IP DIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP
The Baker Botts/AT&T 1L IP Diversity Fellowship will be awarded to talented first-year law students interested in pursuing a long-term career in Intellectual Property law. The Fellowship provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable experience in a large, global law firm and in the legal department of one of the top 10 companies on the Fortune 500. The IP Diversity Fellows will participate in the firm's 2018 Summer Program in either our Dallas or New York offices, spending time both at the firm and with AT&T. During this time, the IP Diversity Fellows will receive hands-on experience working directly on AT&T matters both in-house and with outside counsel providing a unique 360 degree view of legal services for AT&T.
A global law firm with a distinguished heritage, Baker Botts is a leader in the field of Intellectual Property law. We seek exceptional law students who possess technical degrees or backgrounds to join us and contribute to the continued growth and success of our firm. With over 150 lawyers— who together hold 166 technical degrees — Baker Botts’ Intellectual Property legal team offers the strength and depth needed to provide sophisticated advice and counseling on a truly international scale.
At Baker Botts, we are committed to the recruitment, retention and development of exceptional attorneys and law students. The Baker Botts/AT&T 1L IP Diversity Fellowship is one of our many programs aimed at promoting diversity here at our firm and in the legal profession.
- Online Application Available Here
- Official Undergraduate Transcript (an unofficial transcript may be submitted until an official transcript can be provided)
- Official Law School Transcript (an unofficial transcript may be submitted until an official transcript can be provided)
- Brief Statement Explaining Your Interest in Becoming a Baker Botts/AT&T Fellow
- Academic achievement
- Demonstrated leadership attributes
- Technical background or experience, including a degree in engineering, computer science, chemistry, biology, or physics, and commitment to pursuing a career in intellectual property law
- Patent Bar eligibility
- Interest in practicing law in Dallas or New York
Baker Botts is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As such, the fellowship is open to all first-year law students currently enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school with an anticipated graduation date of May 2020, regardless of race, color, religion, citizenship, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, military service, disability or any other characteristic or condition protected by applicable law.