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Do you feel that there is an unhealthy increase in the number of people practicing patent law? I am a senior mechanical engineer highly considering law school for the purpose of becoming a patent atto...
6 answers - Asked By: Braden K - 8/7/2006
I need a patent attorney and I want one that's reliable and is know for turning patent drafts into actual products.
2 answers - Asked By: ccokae - 5/2/2010
I need to get a phase patented so I can open a store and not worry about people stealing the name of the store and the design I will be using on all the items... Thing is...I went to the Government...
1 answers - Asked By: `~Its love~` - 2/6/2008
Now please no one tell me "Don't pick off of these questions!" So for the record I'm going to go ahead and say i'm not deciding between these two based on the following question :) 1. So how do the s...
4 answers - Asked By: Matt - 11/4/2011
Hi. I am a 2008 law school graduate who has passed the NY bar exam and will be admitted in July. I have passed the patent bar as well. I want to find a job prosecuting patent in NYC area. I had one a...
2 answers - Asked By: PAmoose - 6/3/2009
I will be taking the patent bar in May (and hopefully passing it) and I would like to get an early start on my job search. I currently handle litigation work for a boutique maritime firm in lower Man...
3 answers - Asked By: T D - 4/11/2007
I have been told by many that jobs are scarce for lawyers these days is this also true for patent lawyer? If I am biochem is a 4 year degree plus a JD enough to get a job? I have heard that many bio...
3 answers - Asked By: plecostomusmodel - 5/19/2008
3 answers - Asked By: Pondering - 3/20/2006
Hello Im just a seni in high school now applying to college. I would like to study engineering in college, but care about making six figures and prefer a more business environment. Therefore, Im look...
1 answers - Asked By: Andrassy - 11/20/2006
Does it help you when looking for a job fresh out of law school to have very big-name undergrad and law schools? (MIT and Harvard, for example-- do those give you an edge with patent law firms?)
1 answers - Asked By: reba - 12/22/2006
Is it true that if you have an undergrad degree in life science you dont have a good chance of getting a job in patent law? I heard that you need a PhD in life science to stand a chance, or some type ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 5/21/2010
Is it true that if you have an undergrad degree in life science you dont have a good chance of getting a job in patent law? I heard that you need a PhD in life science to stand a chance, or some type ...
2 answers - Asked By: cycnos - 1/20/2010
Is it true that if you have an undergrad degree in life science you dont have a good chance of getting a job in patent law? I heard that you need a PhD in life science to stand a chance, or some type ...
2 answers - Asked By: contat - 6/20/2010
Does it help you when looking for a job fresh out of law school to have very big-name undergrad and law schools? (MIT and Harvard, for example-- do those give you an edge with patent law firms?)
1 answers - Asked By: reba - 12/22/2006
Anyone familiar with this who can tell me what kinds of jobs I can expect with this degree? I specialized in protein kinase signaling and interleukin/integrin signaling interactions. I'm especially...
4 answers - Asked By: B U - 7/18/2007
Can any patent attorneys out there tell me what to expect after I finish law school? I am attending a regional law school that is ranked in the 140’s according to U.S. News & World Report’s new ran...
2 answers - Asked By: jmd5306 - 4/7/2013
I am very good in the sciences department which i have read you need to have an engineering degree to be one. I can speak Chinese although i am an American Caucasian and i thought because of china bec...
3 answers - Asked By: squirly squirl - 5/17/2009
I will be taking the patent bar in May (and hopefully passing it) and I would like to get an early start on my job search. I currently handle litigation work for a boutique maritime firm in lower Man...
2 answers - Asked By: T D - 4/11/2007
What is an In- house attorney or lawyer,what is their salary, the pro and cons.
1 answers - Asked By: stacybleue - 6/15/2010
Hi, I've just scorerd myself a job as a trainee patent attorney, and will start studying for exams soon. Does anyone know any particularly good textbooks that are helpful for the exams or that may he...
2 answers - Asked By: Andy F - 9/21/2006
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