John M. White has been preparing applicants for the Patent Bar Exam since 1988 and is the director of patent professional development at PLI. White is a principle lecturer and course designer in the Patent Bar Review course and is a former patent examiner and special assistant to the commissioner of patents and trademarks. He serves as of counsel for Berenato White & Stavish, an adjunct professor at John Marshall Law School, and Concord Law School. White received his BS in civil engineering from Virginia Tech and his JD from George Washington University School of Law.
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The Duke way
» Public service is a core value of the legal profession and central to the Duke Law experience.
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The Patent Bar Exam Informational Meeting
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