KISCH IP is a law firm of specialist patent, trade mark and copyright attorneys based in Sandton and Pretoria. We have an illustrious history going back 144 years and we are well-known and respected for our specialist capabilities in the above fields of law.
Our patent department serves local and foreign clients in a wide range of technologies and industries and this is made possible by our patent attorneys who are qualified engineers / scientists and legal practitioners.
We currently have two vacancies in our Pretoria office, and a further vacancy in our Sandton office. The suitable candidates must be meritorious students that are in the final stages of obtaining, or that have obtained degrees in electronic/ computer/ electrical engineering, or suitable degrees in the life sciences field. In addition to this, prospective candidates must be motivated to pursue a law degree and to qualify as a patent attorney.
If you meet the above requirements and would like to be a part of a team of driven and dynamic individuals, we would like to hear from you.
Please send us a formal application which should include a covering letter, your most recent CV, academic transcripts and a certified copy of your ID document. Applications can be forwarded to email@example.com by the deadline for submissions on 31 July 2018.
For more information please call our human resources department on 011 324 3000.
KISCH IP’s professionals are skilled in all aspects of anti-counterfeiting. We assist clients with brand registrations at the Department of Customs and Excise, as well as criminal and civil litigation related to the importing of counterfeit goods.
To increase the detection of counterfeit goods, KISCH IP raises awareness among those involved in the anti-counterfeiting industry through active training on the identification of such goods.
KISCH IP encourages applications by suitable candidates. If you are interested in applying for one of our advertised vacancies, please fill out the form on the right hand side.
Our scholarship programme gives previously disadvantaged students the opportunity to study law and enter the field of intellectual property. It focuses on students who already have technical degrees and are interested in studying further to qualify as Patent Attorneys.
Why this specific focus? It is an unfortunate reality that very few individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds currently practise as patent attorneys in South Africa – and this is a situation we would like to remedy. Please fill out the form on the right hand side.