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- Ramiro Lagore, Staff Member
what one piece of advice would he give anybody interested in the profession it's a trap anyone that would like to become any way involved in IP I think the best thing they can do is go out see how IP actually interacts in the real world at the moment there's a difference between what's in the books and academia and what's actually in the real world I think my advice would be stick at it there will be days when you're sort of going oh my god this is too much the exams and the work and I don't understand what it's what it's about but just keep going because it's really really rewarding and you will get there in the end promise yeah it's taking an active interest in it it's probably key really wanting to be a patent attorney how did I get in well my introduction to IP was completely luck out of luck basically it was my first day in the Uni and for my master's degree I went attended two careers there and just met with Wynne Jones and that was my first introduction to IP and from that moment I realized there is something interesting about it there is something that I have never been able to find out find out about myself because I was always in the technical background technical side of the engineering and IP is I think the best way to put the technical knowledge into an applied and social perspective because it's not only dealing with the technology but also dealing with the people and since we are mostly in the forefront of those people who are explaining us the technology who are experts there's no better way to sort of understand and enjoy the knowledge from that way they pretty early on in my degree I realized I wasn't a very good engineer and so I decided to look for other things but the other options I were given did it really interest me that much I came across IP and realized it was a good use of my degree still while not being a straight engineer it still meant that I could work with technology and really cool inventions but I would actually have to be the one creating the inventions which I'm not very good it was actually kind of a happy coincidence for me so I did physics with astronomy at university because that's not really an engineering degree I didn't sort of have the same talks about patents as engineers do at Southampton uni and so I didn't really know what IP was beyond copyrights and trademarks I went to a Careers Fair and I got chatting to this company who were also doing my P there at the Careers Fair and they told me about it I read more into it I got really excited because it was something that was at my street it was using my degree but it wasn't data crunching which I really didn't want to end up doing so yeah I think that's why I sort of fell into that path and really glad I followed it you
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- Ramiro Lagore
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I've studied aesthetics / philosophy of art at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall and I am an expert in counseling psychology. I usually feel irate. My previous job was fish & game warden I held this position for 15 years, I love talking about magic and jewelry making. Huge fan of Ben Mallah I practice canoe sprint and collect rocks.
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