There are several reasons for the lack of diversity & inclusion in the patent profession. Here are thoughts from NCPP’s Executive Director, Braxton K. Davis, Esq.
Women and minority patent professions make up only a small percentage of the patent industry. NCPP scholarships and training hope to change that.
The Georgia Supreme Court has issued a temporary order waiving the 6-hour in-person CLE requirement for Georgia Bar Members.
See how NCPP raises the industry standards for every patent practitioner by providing the CPP credential, training, and scholarships.
The Certified Patent Practitioner (CPP) Credential Distinguishes Excellence in Patent Preparation and Prosecution ATLANTA – Jan. 23, 2019 – The National Council on Patent Practicum (NCPP), a 501(c)(3) non-profit, announces the availability of the Certified Patent Practitioner (CPP) professional credential. This credential is a professional designation that distinguishes those who have demonstrated experience, proficiency, knowledge, and understanding of…