For Random Profiles, we randomly pick one of our 95,000-plus attorneys and do a Q&A. We’ve found that every Texas lawyer has an interesting story. Will yours be next?
Best thing about being a lawyer: Learning about new technologies while I prepare new patent applications.
Favorite saying/quote: “By working faithfully eight hours a day, you may eventually get to be boss and work twelve hours a day.” Robert Frost.
Culinary talent: I have been known to make a mean pancake.
If you could be anyone else for a day, who would it be? Bubba Watson. I would love to be that good at golf (even just for a day).
Who would you want playing you in a movie? I can’t imagine that being a very exciting movie, but I think Wil Wheaton would make a great intellectual property attorney.
Family: Just my wife, Parrish, and me.
Areas of practice: My practice mostly focuses on patent prosecution, but I also work in other areas of intellectual property law.
Education: Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M (B.S. 2010). University of Alabama School of Law (J.D. 2013).
What’s on your iPod right now? The White Stripes.
Last book you read: 11/22/63 by Stephen King
Pet peeve: There, their, they’re.
Favorite TV program: Top Chef
The last movie I saw: 22 Jump Street
Favorite food: Sushi
Favorite restaurant: CRISP Houston
Favorite sport: College Football
Hobbies: Following Texas A&M sports teams, trying new restaurants, traveling, playing golf not very well.
If I had more time, I would: Travel more.
If you weren’t an attorney, what profession do you think you would be in? I would probably be an electrical engineer.
Will is an associate with Fletcher Yoder.
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