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florentine wrote:I was wondering if any patent attorneys out there have graduated without technical or science backgrounds and then sat for the Patent Bar under Category B by finishing classes? Anyone out there? Is this common?
It can be done. I know at least two attorneys who sat for the patent bar on the Cat. B ground.
But they're both patent litigators.
What do you want to do? Patent prosecution or patent litigation?
For prosecution, a (good/prestigious/advanced) technical degree is all that matters.
For litigation, having passed the patent bar will give you some boost, but not as much as good grades, in my opinion.
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