2002, Alabama; registered to practice before U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
University of Alabama, J.D., summa cum laude, 2002
Law School Graduation Year
Auburn University, B.S., Electrical Engineering, 1988
Alabama State and American Bar Associations; Order of the Barristers.
Member, Order of Coif. Senior Editor, Alabama Law Review, 2001-2002. Winner, Saul Lefkovitz Trademark Regional Moot Court Competition, Intellectual Property Moot Court Team, 2002. Hugo Black Scholar. Publications: Comment, From My Cold Dead Hands, Williams v. Pryor and the Constitutionality of Alabama's Anti-Vibrator Law, Alabama Law Review, 2002; Leak Rate Testing of the International Space Station Hatch in a Thermal Vacuum Environment, 99 Preprints, 20th Space Simulation Conference, 1998. Co-Author: with S. Underwood: International Space Station Module Acceptance Leak Testing, 89 Preprints, 20th Space Simulation Conference, 1998; Verification of International Space Station Redundant Seals by Analysis of Helium Permeation Data, and International Space Station Module Acceptance Leak Testing, Proceedings, 18th Aerospace Testing Seminar, 1999; with Y. Tzeng and R. Ely, High Performance Silver Ohmic Contacts to YBa2Cu3O6+x Superconductors, Applied Physics Letters, January 1988. Test Engineer, Boeing Company, 1988-1999.