Hi there, I'm currently a Ph.D. student in chemistry graduating next spring and looking to make the jump into patent law. My current plan is to take the LSAT in September and apply this fall - stats are 3.83 UGPA, timed practice LSAT scores at 170 currently, with a cold score of 160 in May. Probably going to start studying for the patent bar after that.
I have the opportunity for an internship for the upcoming academic year at my current school's IP office, for 10 hours/week, and already work 60 hour weeks in my research lab. Is this kind of internship something that law schools (or firms if I found a great patent agent job) would view as beneficial? Or would my time be better spent just studying more for the LSAT? Thanks for the input!
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