Craig Watson specializes in intellectual property law with an emphasis in patent application preparation and prosecution in the electrical and computer-related arts including mobile telecommunications systems, computer architecture including microprocessor design and memory design, semiconductor fabrication, software design and implementation, and optical systems.
Craig received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Northwestern University in 2008. From 2006 to 2009, he worked with the Department of Defense’s Space Situational Awareness program. During his internships and later full-time position, he provided simulation support and analysis for optical imaging research.
Craig received his Juris Doctorate from the George Washington University School of Law in 2012. While at George Washington, Craig worked at the United States Patent & Trademark Office in the Office of Patent Legal Administration and in the examining corps. He also worked as a law clerk with Kratz, Quintos & Hanson. After law school, Craig worked as an associate for the Toler Law Group, Intellectual Properties.