A law degree or a degree in science or engineering is needed to work as an Intellectual Property Lawyer. A relevant postgraduate degree, such as a Masters of Intellectual Property Law may be useful.
Registration with the relevant state or territory board may be needed to work as an Intellectual Property Lawyer. Membership with the Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand may be useful.
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