Kevin Soules is a registered U.S. Patent Attorney. Kevin's practice specializes in patent preparation and prosecution in the mechanical, electrical, electronics, data processing, and electro-mechanical arts. Kevin has also handled intellectual property litigation, including a recent jury trial for a copyright infringement dispute.
Mr. Soules graduated with honors from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 2009. His undergraduate studies were also at the University of New Mexico where he received honors while pursuing concurrent degrees in Physics and Applied Mathematics. He worked as a research assistant at BUAP University in Puebla, Mexico, developing software to model classical and quantum dynamic systems.
Mr. Soules is also an adjunct professor at the University of New Mexico School of Law teaching a course on patent law.
Computer hardware & software
State Bar of New Mexico
US Patent & Trademark Office
US Federal District Court, New Mexico
J.D., University of New Mexico School of Law, 2009
B.S., Physics, University of New Mexico, 2006
B.S., Applied Mathematics, University of New Mexico, 2006
Adjunct Professor, University of New Mexico School of Law - Patent Law
Board Member (Chair Elect), New Mexico State Bar - IP Law Section
Mentor - Innovate Texas Tech Mentor Program