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- Hawkeye Pierce
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Question has been answered multiple times. Read through these threads to get an idea: http://www.top-law-schools.com/search-f ... x=0&sa.y=0
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phillyboy101 wrote:Although it is possible to practice IP law without a BS in science/engineering, it is MUCH more cumbersome and rarely practiced.
Depends on the type of IP practice. Soft IP and lit do not require, but it helps to have. But you can do just fine in soft IP.
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