There are plenty of patent attorneys in Silicon Valley, but there aren’t enough like Alexander Shvarts.

The Ropes & Gray associate possesses a combination of science and communication skills increasingly demanded from patent attorneys. He’s not only a techie with a degree in computer science from Cornell University, which helps him understand complicated patents and work with their inventors; he also likes writing and schmoozing with clients. “This fits my personality perfectly,” Shvarts said.

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