Job seekers with a Ph.D. in one of the fields of science, technology, engineering and math are well-suited for careers in intellectual-property law, according to Arctic founder Gina Stewart. The first step is to look for job openings at law firms as either a scientific or technical adviser who ghostwrites for patent lawyers, Stewart writes in this blog post. Job seekers can find those positions by networking through intellectual-property law associations and sending resumes to IP firms, Stewart advises.

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