Angie is a Patent Attorney with Brooks, Cameron, & Huebsch. Angie attended the University of St. Thomas, receiving a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. While attending the University of St. Thomas, Angie was an intern at Polar Semiconductor where she developed dual plasma etch methods for semiconductor production. After graduating from the University of St. Thomas, Angie began William Mitchell College of Law’s part-time program and worked as a manufacturing engineer at Seagate Technology and Stratasys. After working as an engineer for three years, Angie began an Intellectual Property Legal Internship at Seagate Technology and joined Brooks, Cameron, & Huebsch in 2016.
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