Christopher Grice focuses his practice on intellectual property law with an emphasis on patent prosecution and counseling in the areas of electronics and software. Mr. Grice worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2014. While attending law school, he served as a legal extern in SAS’s IP group and as an extern in North Carolina State University’s Office of Technology Transfer. He was also a member of the Start-Up Ventures Clinic where he advised start-up companies on how to acquire and monetize IP assets.
Prior to launching his legal career, Mr. Grice was a System Hardware Developer at IBM in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina where he designed scripts to test I2C pathways on IBM’s next generation chassis management boards and evaluated signal integrity between I2C devices. Mr. Grice has knowledge in many software and hardware programming languages and libraries, including Java, C++, C, and Python.
Duke University School of Law, J.D. (2015)
North Carolina State University, B.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering (2012) Valedictorian
North Carolina (2015)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2015)
Boy Scouts of America
Order of the Arrow, Vigil Honor Member
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