How many individuals are you competing with when it comes to finding a job or changing positions? How many of them have passed the patent bar exam and are an official USPTO Patent Attorney?
Being an official patent attorney immediately positions you into another echelon of employability and desirability within a practice or company. Sometimes this is all it takes to dramatically impact your trajectory.
You do not need to go back to school before beginning a career in patent law. Save your job by investing in yourself to stay at your current firm or be a better candidate at a new firm.
Patent attorneys must take and pass the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) registration exam – also known as “The Patent Bar Exam.” Patent attorneys are a rarity in the working world.
Many patent attorneys are highly satisﬁed with their careers and find a level of leverage previously unknown with these credentials.
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