MPEP Revision 2 will be included in the Patent Bar Exam. IP Enterprises offers a review course updated with the new material.
Arvada, Colorado (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) July 12, 2005 -- Thousands of engineers and scientists already realize that patent law is a fascinating, profitable career field off the beaten path. For one, individuals practicing patent law are virtually secured a front row position on the cutting edge of science and technology.
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The field of patent law is wide open to Biologists, Chemists, Engineers, Computer Scientists, and many other science and technology professionals.
Individuals with the proper science or engineering degree need only pass the patent bar to become registered patent agents. Once registered, they may gain employment writing and prosecuting patent applications at law firms, technology transfer offices, biotech or engineering corporations, and government institutes.
?Qualified scientists and engineers across the nation are learning they can gain entry into a very lucrative career in patent law simply by taking the patent bar exam.? states Lisa Parmley, President of Intellectual Properties Enterprises, Inc. ?Our goal is to educate people with qualifying degrees about this exciting career option and help them pass the exam?.
Mrs. Parmley?s company has helped thousands of individuals determine whether patent law was a viable career option for them. The company also offers a review course for those who plan to take the patent bar exam. The laws and rules frequently change so it is crucial to learn from a current, frequently updated course.