You can call me a “non-traditional” attorney, which is a polite way of saying that I did not attend law school straight out of college. I spent five of my first six years after college as a junior high school teacher. The other year I worked as an engineer for a large corporation, which was kind of like starring in my very own Dilbert® comic strip. Once I decided to get a law degree, I faced horrendous pressure to become a patent attorney, because the only polite thing to say to a non-traditional law student with an engineering degree is, “You should become a patent attorney!” I caved. (The line to explain your invention idea to me and ask whether you can patent it forms on my left.) I now spend my days immersed in the vagaries of trademark, patent, and copyright law. I am otherwise outdoors as often as possible.
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