I like to support young entrepreneurs, and hope to be one soon.
I am studying patent law at Franklin Pierce Law Center in New Hampshire. Upon graduation I hope to practice patent law to help inventors protect and capitalize on their inventions.
I am particularly interested in the developing international patent law issues that are becoming increasingly important worldwide.
One project I am working on involves assisting developing countries in managing and commercializing their intellectual property rights. The goal of this management and commercialization is to foster innovation and create new industries, thereby raising the standard of living in those countries.