DisputeSoft provides expert consulting services to law firms engaged in cutting-edge, high-profile software disputes. The types of problems we solve are unlike anything you would find at a typical software development job. Working at DisputeSoft will require you to support senior consultants, expert witnesses, and attorneys from the nation’s top law firms, who work on behalf of Fortune 100 companies and government clients in a variety of high-stakes contract, fraud, and intellectual property disputes.

DisputeSoft offers competitive compensation based on a candidate’s skill and experience. Our benefits package includes health insurance, life insurance, a 401(k) plan, and a profit sharing program. Our employees also enjoy a relaxed and inclusive office culture that allows for flexible hours and provides opportunities for lifelong learning.

To apply for a position, please send a cover letter, resume, and a recent copy of your academic transcript to Please note in the subject line of your email which position you are applying for.

DisputeSoft is an equal opportunity employer.

Please address all questions to Applicants should please not call the office; the HR department will respond to inquiries via e-mail.


Software Development Internship

The software development intern is a problem solver whose work requires him/her to design creative software applications to support both the work DisputeSoft performs for its clients and DisputeSoft’s internal business processes. Past intern projects have included a tool for comparing the similarity of disputed programs, an online system that helps DisputeSoft manage its inventory of often confidential items, a marketing analytics reporting system, and a user interface for a consulting application that measures software project delay.

Software development interns who show themselves capable may also be asked to assist on client work. In this role, the intern becomes a technological investigator whose work requires him/her to uncover factual information and provide analysis about the significance of that information. Such investigatory work changes based on the unique circumstances of each dispute on which DisputeSoft consults: one day you might write scripts in Python or Perl to determine whether a disputed software system takes advantage of modern programming paradigms; the next you might use an internal application to compare the similarity of two applications at issue in a copyright case; the next you might analyze a forensic image of a hard drive.

Competitive candidates to the internship will have the following qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled in a college or university or recently graduated
  • Understanding of object-oriented computing concepts
  • Academic or professional experience with C, C++, C# or Java
  • Academic or professional experience with SQL
  • Demonstrated programming ability
  • Strong technical problem-solving skills
  • Ability to adapt quickly to new challenges

Few workplaces can offer the chance to be exposed to so many parts of the software development industry – whether you are interested in programming, computer architecture, project management, or intellectual property law, you’ll have the chance to learn more about it at DisputeSoft.

DisputeSoft is actively recruiting software development interns for fall 2018, spring 2019, and summer 2019.

Apply for the Software Development Internship by e-mail.