J. Mitchell Lowe, Associate

Houston, TX

O: 713-577-4828

An attorney and electrical engineer with a love for tech, writing and public speaking

As a Patterson + Sheridan associate, Mitchell Lowe applies his engineering background to advise his clients and protect their intellectual property. While he works with a vast array of technologies, he is especially adept in the areas of electronics, communications technologies, and semiconductor devices. He inherited his deep appreciation for innovation from his father and hopes to emulate his dad’s successful career in IP law.

Mitchell received his J.D. from the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law in 2022. During his time there, he was an associate editor for IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for IP, a two-time CALI Excellence Award winner, a Rudman Summer Fellow, and a teaching assistant for a patent-focused legal research course. He earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Brigham Young University. While there, he completed a capstone project for Idaho National Laboratory, which involved working with an interdisciplinary team of professionals to design an interface for a soft robot arm capable of handling radioactive materials.

A diligent and enthusiastic learner with a growth mindset

Fueled by a love of learning and a desire to understand a wide range of technologies and the various facets of IP law, Mitchell completed internships at both Patterson + Sheridan and at an international arms, security and aerospace company where he gained experience in licensing, litigation support, trademarks and patent preparation and prosecution.

Mitchell prides himself on being an effective and intentional communicator. He sharpened his skills during an internship at the New Hampshire Circuit Court, where he clerked for Judge Edward B. Tenney, conducted legal research, participated in judicial decision-making and drafted court orders.

Mitchell knows complete preparation is what ultimately separates an excellent IP attorney from a good one. Whether meeting with a client or working with the USPTO to get a patent approved, he is diligent and thorough in his work and research every step of the way.

Outside of work, Mitchell enjoys sports, especially basketball. He is an Eagle Scout and also enjoys traveling and doing volunteer work with his religious organization. Most of all, he enjoys spending time with his family, and can often be found with his wife and young children enjoying local parks and other outdoor activities.

Education

  • J.D., cum laude, University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, 2022
  • B.S., Electrical Engineering, Brigham Young University, 2019

Bar Admissions

  • United States Patent and Trademark Office
  • State Bar of Texas

An attorney and electrical engineer with a love for tech, writing and public speaking

As a Patterson + Sheridan associate, Mitchell Lowe applies his engineering background to advise his clients and protect their intellectual property. While he works with a vast array of technologies, he is especially adept in the areas of electronics, communications technologies, and semiconductor devices. He inherited his deep appreciation for innovation from his father and hopes to emulate his dad’s successful career in IP law.

Mitchell received his J.D. from the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law in 2022. During his time there, he was an associate editor for IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for IP, a two-time CALI Excellence Award winner, a Rudman Summer Fellow, and a teaching assistant for a patent-focused legal research course. He earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Brigham Young University. While there, he completed a capstone project for Idaho National Laboratory, which involved working with an interdisciplinary team of professionals to design an interface for a soft robot arm capable of handling radioactive materials.

A diligent and enthusiastic learner with a growth mindset

Fueled by a love of learning and a desire to understand a wide range of technologies and the various facets of IP law, Mitchell completed internships at both Patterson + Sheridan and at an international arms, security and aerospace company where he gained experience in licensing, litigation support, trademarks and patent preparation and prosecution.

Mitchell prides himself on being an effective and intentional communicator. He sharpened his skills during an internship at the New Hampshire Circuit Court, where he clerked for Judge Edward B. Tenney, conducted legal research, participated in judicial decision-making and drafted court orders.

Mitchell knows complete preparation is what ultimately separates an excellent IP attorney from a good one. Whether meeting with a client or working with the USPTO to get a patent approved, he is diligent and thorough in his work and research every step of the way.

Outside of work, Mitchell enjoys sports, especially basketball. He is an Eagle Scout and also enjoys traveling and doing volunteer work with his religious organization. Most of all, he enjoys spending time with his family, and can often be found with his wife and young children enjoying local parks and other outdoor activities.



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