Brendan Haberle studied physics in college, but found that doing basic science as a laboratory researcher wasn’t what he wanted to do. After doing some research, Haberle decided that intellectual property law might be a better fit. So he went to law school, graduating in 2015, and now he helps startups in scientific fields ranging from biotechnology to medical devices. Peter Rathmell reports in US News and World Report
on how law school grads are gravitating toward high tech areas of focus in this story.