Ken McNeill is a law clerk at COJK, working with the firm’s mechanical patent practice group. Ken utilizes his degree in mechanical engineering and his related work experience in his pursuit of a career in patent law. Prior to going to law school, Ken was a mechanical design engineer at Digital Lumens in Boston, MA, where he worked in the area of intelligent lighting development and design. Ken’s experience includes multiple mechanical engineering co-ops focused on the designs of CNC tools and optic fabrication. As a law clerk at COJK, Ken is learning to draft patent applications in the aerospace, automotive, and medical device technologies.
Ken is currently enrolled at the University of Washington School of Law as a 2L law student. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering at Northeastern University.