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IP LAW questions

Postby transferkid » Thu Jul 14, 2011 5:48 pm

Hi all,

My undergrad major wasn't in engineering or a science. My major was health sciences, but I took a ton of chemistry/bio/physics. I'm about 2-3 classes away from being eligible for the patent bar. Would it be worth pursing this route? Would it make a student more marketable as far as biglaw is concerned? Does anyone know how this process even works? Would I tell firms I will be eligible for the patent bar by the time I graduate? Or just say that I'd be interested in patent law, etc?

I spoke with associates at a few law firms who were pretty vague about it so if anyone has been through the process, please share your experiences!! Thanks!

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Re: IP LAW questions

Postby vanwinkle » Thu Jul 14, 2011 5:51 pm

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