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On a similar note, does anyone know if soft-IP yields a better work-life balance? I don't have a tech background, so I can't sit for the patent bar, but I hear that people who do IP litigation (which might not require a tech background) have more reasonable hours. It's something I'm considering.
Thanks for the help!
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As far as soft-IP, you're going to have bit of an uphill battle getting into the field, but you probably would have more luck at a GP firm than a boutique. As far as IP litigation being better than non-IP litigation, I've heard that too, but I think you might be reading into that a bit too much. Litigation is litigation.
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