Internship Database Developer

at Legal Force/Trademarkia in Palo Alto

LegalForce/Trademarkia – Database Developer
LegalForce/Trademarkia is the world’s largest visual search engine for more than 6 million trademarked logos, names, and slogans on the Internet.

Recognizing that innovation is a global concept, LegalForce/Trademarkia facilitates the filing of trademarks not only into the United States, but also in most major countries around the world, with automated tools and technology.

We are looking for an experienced Database/web developer to help build out our presence in the German and other European markets. This developer will work closely with our legal team to understand the business logic, build this project independently, and report to the LegalForce/Trademarkia CTO. The database/web developer will initially work on the project as a contractor, and upon successful completion of the project be considered for full-time employment.


- Ability to create a scalable and efficient database that is either a relational (SQL) or a no-SQL database (e.g., MongoDB).

- Experience building large databases.

- Solid knowledge of ASP.NET (C#) in order to create data & biz layers, and ability to build webpages to display and query data. (Our system is built on the .NET environment).

- Availability to work from our office in Mountain View as we need to carefully oversee how the database is being architected, designed and structured (part of the database is already built on a Windows environment server in SQL by a remote developer in India. However, we need someone locally to take over and own the project.)

- Be self-motivated, and work exclusively on the project.

Please submit your resume and proposed budget for building out the German LegalForce/Trademarkia database (a project we estimate to last no longer than 2-3 months) to Raj Abhyanker at

Thank you for your interest in LegalForce/Trademarkia!

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