"Perspectives on Practice" Speaker Series

Speaker.seriesCLIP’s lunchtime “Perspectives on Practice” speaker series enables you to engage with people on the front lines of intellectual property issues and practice. It gives you the opportunity to see how these issues are applied in the real world. The speaker series features leading intellectual property practitioners, including local, national and international attorneys at the cutting edge of the profession as well as business owners and content creators. All of them will talk about how intellectual property law is applied in practice.

TAMU Center for Law & Intellectual Property
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Spring 2017

Perspectives on Practice
Featuring Amazing Alumni


January 10:  David Gearhart, USPTO Trademark Examiner
David is a graduate of the class of 2013, and has worked at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) since graduation. He will discuss working at the USPTO, telework, and a day in the life of a trademark examiner.
12-1 p.m., room 204, Lunch provided

February 8:  Noah Tevis, Bell Helicopter, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property
Noah is a graduate of the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law class of 2007. Noah has responsibility for many patents in the aerospace and aeronautics industries. He will discuss working at a government contractor, life as a patent attorney, and he will probably plug the Patent Clinic.
12-1 p.m., room 204, Lunch provided