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New England / Re: Thinking of NESL (IP law) need your opinion
« on: November 20, 2008, 10:15:10 PM »
I do want to settle near the Boston area, so it seems that NESL may be a good choice.  I might work for a boutique firm for a few years after graduating, lets see how that works out.  The only reason I would want to move out of Massachusetts is I could work for the USPTO or any Federal jobs.

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New England / Re: Thinking of NESL (IP law) need your opinion
« on: November 19, 2008, 04:40:49 PM »
Thanks for your all your input.

Planning to go part time in the Boston area, I do not have much choice, its either NESL or Suffolk Law(tier 2 I believe?). 

I am planning to go to NESL for 2yrs (of evening classes) then transfer to Suffolk Law (Suffolk is a bit expensive).   Figured when I join my new job in Boston, I will get to know the legal department and get their input.  If IP doesn't pan out, I will move onto regulatory affairs, and a law degree should be useful dealing with various health agencies.

   

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New England / Thinking of NESL (IP law) need your opinion
« on: November 18, 2008, 08:49:09 PM »
Hi Guys,

I am thinking of going to law school at night to work on my JD.  My interest are in IP/Govt. Regulations.  I have a B.S. in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and a PhD in Chemistry. 

For the last 4 years I have been working for a large pharma in NJ, looking at rules and regulations governing drug development.  Now I am planning to move to a smaller company close to Boston, and attend New England School of Law.

Do you know what my legal employment prospects will be like once I graduate?  I have no desire to work for a top notch law firm (or any law firm for that matter).  I am considering working for biotech companies in legal division.  With great law schools abound in the Boston area, how will I fare going to New England School of Law?  I am not looking to earn top $$$, but recive a fair compensation after I graduate.   I will be getting pretty well compensated + tuition reimbursements by going to school at night, so I will not be too much in debt.

Do you guys have any suggestion, opinions? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi Guys,

I am thinking of going to law school at night to work on my JD.  My interest are in IP/Govt. Regulations.  I have a B.S. in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and a PhD in Chemistry. 

For the last 4 years I have been working for a large pharma in NJ, looking at rules and regulations governing drug development.  Now I am planning to move to a smaller company close to Boston, and attend New England School of Law.

Do you know what my legal employment prospects will be like once I graduate?  I have no desire to work for a top notch law firm (or any law firm for that matter).  I am considering working for biotech companies in legal division.  With great law schools abound in the Boston area, how will I fare going to New England School of Law?  I am not looking to earn top $$$, but recive a fair compensation after I graduate.   I will be getting pretty well compensated + tuition reimbursements by going to school at night, so I will not be too much in debt.

Do you guys have any suggestion, opinions? Any help would be greatly appreciated. 
 

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