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Looking into Patent Law Career
« on: Jun 13th, 2007, 6:52pm »
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Hi guys,
 
I am new to this forum and need some advice regarding law school.
 
I have a B.S.E.E and an M.S.E.E with a gpa of 3.7 from a good university with research experience and a few published papers, and have recently started a new job with the pto. I am considering a degree in law in a year or two. I want to study and practice ultimatly in northern california, Silicon Valley as I have completed an intership in that area. I have read a few things about student associates and the such and am looking for some advice on how to pursue patent law.  
 
Thanks
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Re: Looking into Patent Law Career
« Reply #1 on: Jun 13th, 2007, 8:47pm »
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For the next year or two:
Prepare for the Patent Bar Exam and pass it while working at USPTO
Study LSAT and get the LSAT score as high as possible while working at USPTO
 
Apply for a law school and attend the law school while working at USPTO
 
By the time when you graduate from law school and pass the bar exam, you will be in a great position to practice the patent law as a registered patent lawyer.    
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Re: Looking into Patent Law Career
« Reply #2 on: Jun 13th, 2007, 9:48pm »
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Is it better to craft rejections and objections for patent you did not write or respond to office actions on patent you did not write?
 
That is the question.............................
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