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Another scientist in the mix?
« on: Dec 15th, 2005, 3:37pm »
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Hey!  First off I want to say things for this forum - it has been a great resource for me - even if some of the posts do have me worried now.  I am about to finish my PhD in Molecular Genetics and have become interested in patent law.  I was lucky enough to take a Law class this semester - it was a general overview of Biotech and the Law - and I loved it and did very well in it.  So my question is what do I do now?  Should I start studing for the Patent Agent Exam and try to take it before I finish my PhD?  Should I plan on taking the LSAT and going right into Law School (which I would rather not do on myown dime if I can avoid it).  Or should I go out and get a Post-doc and get some experience under my belt before I try to get into law?  Since I am still in school I have the opportunity now to get some more educational experience but I don't know if that will help.  Anyone out there in a similar situation or have some sage advice for me?
 
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