Why I Became An Attorney
All the blessings this country enjoys derive from the rule of law established in our Constitution. The system of law we inherited allows individuals to pursue their dreams, knowing their life and liberty cannot be taken without due process. This has lead to unprecedented prosperity in the history of human civilizations. As an attorney, I strive to help my clients achieve their goals or right an injustice, while defending the rights our founders established more than 200 years ago.
As a patent attorney, Mr. Irion has prosecuted patents as well as handled intellectual property issues such as marketing and licensing new products to industry. He has assisted in business formations, investor placement in startups and a variety of small business matters. In a civil litigation capacity, he has handled subjects ranging from constitutional law to construction defects to contract disputes.
Mr. Irion served as a transactions attorney for the University of Tennessee Research Foundation, where he managed patent portfolios, executed licensing agreements and negotiated contracts in the millions of dollars for the University. Mr. Irion continues his work with the University as an Adjunct Professor at the School of Law.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Irion worked in the genetics and medical research fields both in the public and private sectors. He has co-authored several peer reviewed articles and presentations (listed below).
Mr. Irion is also proud to have served in the US Air Force as an Air Traffic Controller at the USAF, Little Rock Air Force Base.
|Lead Counsel||Liberty Legal Foundation||2010 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||University of Tennessee, School of Law||2010 - Present|
|Staff Attorney||UT Research Foundation||2005 - 2009|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Knoxville Bar Association||N/A||2008 - Present|
|Tennessee Bar Association||N/A||2005 - Present|
|McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific||JD - Juris Doctor||2005|
|University of California - Davis||BS - Bachelor of Science||1995|
Posted by Daniel
Fri Jan 28 2011
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