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   From PhD in molecular biology to  patent practice
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Neena Sharma
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From PhD in molecular biology to  patent practice
« on: Mar 27th, 2007, 8:57pm »
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Hi Everybody
This is my first post. I am almost done with my PhD. I will start my postdoc from July. In my six years of PhD, I dont think I have a thick skin to bear research pressure. I want to move to patent law and make my career in booming field.  
Q-1. I am an international student in USA (F1 visa). Is it possible or am I allowed to do this?
Q-2. I was told, contacting any big patent law firm will be helpful to start up and get trained. If its true do I have to take the bar exam or patent agent exam? Or can I take it later?
Q-3. Should I go ahead and start my postdoc and write the bar exam if its mandatory?
Please help me out here. I badly want to get out of research not because I am not interested, its not worth of time.
Thanks a lot
Neena
 
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