A patent advisor with technical skill and a fresh perspective
Joe conducts research and assists attorneys in patent preparation and prosecution, particularly in the semiconductor, telecommunications, and software industries. He thrives in high-stress situations, and clients appreciate both his keen analytical skills and the positive attitude he brings to each matter.
Joe graduated magna cum laude from Baylor University with a degree in electrical and computer engineering and a minor in math. He received Baylor’s “Presidential Gold Scholarship” for outstanding academic achievement and served as a supplemental instructor for calculus courses. Joe was also recognized by the Baylor Engineering Department for being an outstanding undergraduate in research for his work to develop a graphical user interface to aid visualization of research calculations.
While in school, Joe served as Vice President of the Baylor Law Intellectual Property Society and was an award-winning competitor on the Baylor Mock Trial team. He also wrote for The Rope, a decades-old satirical newspaper on the Baylor campus published by the Noble NoZe Brotherhood. Originally from the suburbs of Chicago, Joe enjoys reading, baseball, fitness, video games, and ping pong.
- Patent Preparation + Prosecution
- Communications Technologies
- Complex Software + IT
- Electronics + Semiconductor Technologies
- Industrial Products
- B.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Baylor University, 2019