Questionnaire for Scientific Evidence and Expert Testimony: Patent Litigation - Fall 2007                           rjm 9/21/07 rev 070921:0830



GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
(Grad student questionnaire will be posted in mid September.)


Please enter your PREFERRED e-mail address. (It need not be @stanford.edu.):
Send a copy of this message to the email address listed above.

First Name (not necessarily your legal name, but rather the name you wish to be called
in the seminar if we use first names)

Last Name

Some of this information already appears on your Consent Form.  I am sorry you have to enter it again,
but please bear with me:  it will be helpful for me to have everyone's answers in a standard electronic format.

Pronunciation of your first and last names (if not obvious)
 ("Rhymes with" for a syllable or group of syllables always helps. Indicating the emphasized syllable by ALL CAPS is good, too.)
 

Department and School (e.g., Physics/H&S or EE/Eng or Cancer Bio/Med)

Ultimate Degree and Expected Year of Completion

Thesis adviser's name(s)

Thesis Project (in 10 words or less, if possible)

Other scientific disciplines involved in your thesis project

Undergraduate School, its City and its State or Country Year of Graduation

Undergraduate Major(s)

Did you pursue any other degree(s) before you enrolled in your current program? (degree, field, institution, year)

If you have not been in school every year between September and May since age 15,
what else have you done and when and where did you do it?   Please include names of employers
if I would recognize them, or the nature of the business if I would not recognize the name, as well as
the location: city and either state or country; the year and duration;  and any other helpful information.

How many patent applications have you been involved with?
None     1 to 3 More than 3
How many friends or relatives do you have who are involved with patents,
as inventors, patent lawyers or otherwise?
None     A few A lot

You may use this box to describe your exposure to patent applications, patents, and patent people.


 What do you hope to learn in this course?


Optional: What unassigned book did you last read, and when did you finish it?