Patent Law with No Science Degree

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Patent Law with No Science Degree

Postby tealkat » Tue May 15, 2012 1:18 pm

Hi guys,
I'm a recently graduated college senior with a double major in Psychology and English, and I'm very close to qualifying for the patent exam with the number of my science courses.

1. How employable would I be as a patent lawyer without even a BA/BS in science?
2. I can get a 3rd BA in Biological Sciences this year while applying to law school - will this give me enough chances at Patent Law?
3. Is it true that for Biology, you need more of a Masters/PhD to be competitive as a patent lawyer?

I scored a 168 on my first practice real LSAT administered in real test conditions; I have a 3.7 GPA. I can still improve my LSAT score. I have a decent shot at T20.

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