Following her Bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering, Becky dedicated three years to the semiconductor industry working in the photolithography and etch wafer processes. She then moved into the Custom Manufacturing industry and worked for eighteen years in the Engineering Department. During her time as an Engineer, she worked on various complex telecommunications, Aerospace, medical, gas and electric metering, and Radio Frequency (RF) technologies. Becky has completed the NCEES advanced licensing for engineers in the study of Fundamentals of Engineering Industrial and Systems.
Becky attended Concordia University School of Law in Boise, Idaho, where she earned her law degree. Following law school she became a registered patent attorney and became active with the Idaho Patent Pro Bono Program. Prior to joining Brooks, Cameron & Huebsch, she worked with a small law firm is Boise, Idaho, on patent application drafting and prior art research.
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