Bloomberg Law
May 4, 2022, 8:52 AM

Finnegan’s ‘IP University’ Aims to Expand Patent Pipeline Sooner

Samantha Handler
Samantha Handler

As a junior studying computer science at Boston University, Junia Janvier didn’t know what a possible career path in intellectual property could look like, or that it was even an option.

But after participating in Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP’s five-week program that introduces undergraduate and graduate students to the opportunities available in IP, Janvier said she’s now considering law school and other possible intellectual property jobs.

“Finnegan got me interested in it,” Janvier said. “I was just considering the traditional software engineering route. But personally, I like programming but I’m not interested in coding too much, so ...

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