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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

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

United States Patent and Trademark Office
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