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There are not specific markets you should look into. Even though Silicon Valley would of course be known to have a strong IP market, pretty much any major legal market will have strong IP firms, so you should focus on where you WANT to practice. However, if you do want to end up in San Francisco, you should not choose UCLA over a T14 simply because it is in the same state. A T14 on the east coast with a national reach will likely do better in San Francisco than UCLA, which is mostly just strong in the LA market.
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I took a look at the LinkedIn pages for Tesla's attorneys a while back, and an overwhelming amount of them were UCLA grads. There's also a fast growing tech market in Santa Monica that many people don't take into consideration either. I might be biased though. I love both cities, but LA is wonderful. UCLA basically started the internet fwiw.
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