Josh Ernst is a second year law student at the Wake Forest University School of Law where
he actively serves as a staff member on the Wake Forest Intellectual Property Law Journal.
Josh graduated cum laude from Case Western Reserve
University with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Electrical Engineering,
as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. While at Case Western, Josh served as the senior ranking elected representative
to the Undergraduate Student Government.
While receiving his undergraduate degrees, Josh worked on Case Western’s
entry into the 2007 DARPA Grand Challenge. Josh’s work consisted of installing and interfacing data acquisition hardware
for the team’s test vehicle, which required proficiencies in signal processing, drafting, automobile electrical systems,
mechanics, and electronic device installation. Further, while receiving his undergraduate degrees, Joshua worked for a number of companies giving him
exposure to relevant technical and legal issues.
Joshua prepares responses to Office actions and preparese patent applications for various technologies
including mechanical, electro-mechanical, electronics, integrated circuits, computer software, digital systems, and business
methods. Joshua performs various legal research projects as needed by the firm.
Justin is preparing to take the patent agent exam to become a registered patent agent with the US Patent and Trademark