On a Personal Note

As many long-time readers know I have spent the last several years working for the Stanford University Hoover Institution’s Project on Commercializing Innovation.  Until last October the Project was led by F. Scott Kieff, who left to become a Commissioner on the United States International Trade Commission.  The Project is now in the process of wrapping up its various tasks and transitioning to the new Hoover Institution Working Group on Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Prosperity (or IP2 for short).  While I may collaborate with IP2 through future papers and conferences, it will not be a full-time job.  And so although I am grateful for the freedom and flexibility that my work for Hoover has given me to pursue creating Law and the Multiverse and co-authoring The Law of Superheroes, it is time for me to find a new day job, hopefully one that will allow me to continue to work on side-projects like these.

So, in a shameless appeal to my readership, I present my CV and a pair of writing samples.  If you are interested in hiring an intellectual property attorney with a broad range of interests and experience and a technical background in computer science, I’d love to hear from you.

4 responses to “On a Personal Note

  1. …particularly if someone is a supervillain looking to retain counsel in advance? Or are you allergic to volcanoes?

  2. I can’t speak in any official capacity as a hiring manager, but if you’re located in Houston, California, or Tokyo (or would like to be), I know Osha Liang is always looking for good people. It’s a great environment with great people and the work is all right up your alley.

    Anyways, something to consider. Also, it would give me an excuse to stop by your office with all sorts of “what if” scenarios, instead of impatiently waiting for blog updates. Wherever you land, best of luck!

    -Neil

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