Clark Bakewell is an associate in the Intellectual Property practice of Mayer Brown’s Washington DC office.
Clark is a registered patent agent with the US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO). He has a background in physics and assists in IP litigation matters before the International Trade Commission, USPTO, and US district courts.
Clark’s intellectual property experience prior to joining Mayer Brown includes patent prosecution for electronics manufacturers and licensing patents on behalf of a major university’s technology transfer office. Clark has also examined patent applications in the fields of medical devices, optics, and robotics as an extern at the USPTO.
Clark has earned a professional certificate in the Applications of Quantum Computing from MIT (through the MIT xPRO program), took graduate-level quantum computing coursework at the University of Pennsylvania, and maintains a keen interest in the development of quantum computing technologies.
Georgetown University, BS
University of Pennsylvania Law School, JD, cum laude, Asian Law Review, Managing Editor
- Not admitted in the District of Columbia. Practicing under the supervision of firm principals.
- US Patent and Trademark Office