Harrison Jenkins, Patent Agent

Dallas, TX

O: 972-382-6935

Registered
patent agent with an engineering background

Harrison is a big-picture thinker with a
critical eye: He analyzes a patent application’s puzzles in context in order to
understand where pieces fit — and which ones don’t belong on the table at all.
As a registered patent agent with the USPTO, he prepares and prosecutes
applications for electronics, semiconductors and optics technologies, among
others.

As an undergraduate, Harrison worked for an
international oilfield services company as a field engineer intern, completing
130+ hours of well completions training on both drilling rigs and frac sites in
Western Oklahoma. This firsthand experience gives him valuable context when
working through IP issues for oil and gas clients.

Harrison graduated summa cum laude from Baylor University with a bachelor’s degree in
mechanical engineering and a minor in mathematics. He helped relaunch the
Baylor Law Intellectual Property Society and served as its treasurer. For his
senior design project, he led a team of five students conducting design work
for an oil and gas company. In his spare time, Harrison enjoys golfing, reading
and taking walks with his Golden Retriever.

Education

  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Baylor University, 2020

Bar Admissions

  • United States Patent and Trademark Office

Registered
patent agent with an engineering background

Harrison is a big-picture thinker with a
critical eye: He analyzes a patent application’s puzzles in context in order to
understand where pieces fit — and which ones don’t belong on the table at all.
As a registered patent agent with the USPTO, he prepares and prosecutes
applications for electronics, semiconductors and optics technologies, among
others.

As an undergraduate, Harrison worked for an
international oilfield services company as a field engineer intern, completing
130+ hours of well completions training on both drilling rigs and frac sites in
Western Oklahoma. This firsthand experience gives him valuable context when
working through IP issues for oil and gas clients.

Harrison graduated summa cum laude from Baylor University with a bachelor’s degree in
mechanical engineering and a minor in mathematics. He helped relaunch the
Baylor Law Intellectual Property Society and served as its treasurer. For his
senior design project, he led a team of five students conducting design work
for an oil and gas company. In his spare time, Harrison enjoys golfing, reading
and taking walks with his Golden Retriever.

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