Become Patent Attorney


#1 Aug 30, 2007
I am going to finish my Ph.D. degree. My thesis is related drug carrier systems, pharmaceutical and biotechnological applications. In which I gain my knowledge in chem eng. as well as pharmaceutical perspective.

I really keen to join IP Law firm. However, all the local IP company is listing Trainee position either Electrical Engineering or Mining, not much related to pharmaceutical.

I want to know if it is very hard for myself in doing IP trainee in EE or mining. It is because all my knowledge is within pharmaceutical and chem eng. Is it like totally changing my field of knowledge?

I notice that all the IP law firms are working in groups of specialties. If I chose EE to start of my IP training, am I not going back to IP of pharmaceutical.

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