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Pro-Bono services are designed to assist financially under-resourced independent inventors and small businesses.  Pro-bono assistance is available, to be considered and apply go to the Federal Circuit Bar Association National Clearing House

Patent attorneys and agents
Registered Patent Attorneys/Agents in Texas

Patent and Trademark Resource Center
McKinney Engineering Library, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin

Texas A&M University Libraries, College Station

Dallas Public Library, Dallas

Fondren Library, Rice University, Houston

Texas Tech University Library, Lubbock

San Antonio Public Library, San Antonio

Universities with Intellectual Property Law Clinics - Law School Clinic Certification Pilot program allows law students enrolled in a participating law school’s clinic program to practice Intellectual Property Law before the USPTO under the strict guidance of a Law School Faculty Clinic Supervisor.  The program currently consists of students practicing in both patent and trademark law before the USPTO.

South Texas College of Law
IP Practice Area:  Trademarks
www.stcl.edu/lawclinics/intellectual_property_clinic.html
lawclinics@stcl.edu

Inventor Organizations

Amarillo Inventors' Association
amarilloinventors.org 
806-367-8610

Alamo Inventors
alamoinventors.org

Gulf Coast Intellectual Property Association
gcipa.org

Houston Inventors Association
inventors.org

Austin Inventors and Entrepreneurs Association
austininventors.org

Texas Inventors Association
www.txinventors.com

Attorneys General
512.463.2100
Capitol Station
P.O.Box 12548
Austin TX 78711-2548
www.oag.state.tx.us

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