Akepaug3 Posted April 30, 2019 Share Posted April 30, 2019 Hello, I have just finished my first year of my Juris Doctor degree in Canada after graduating from my Health Sciences degree (in Canada). I have recently found a lot of interest in Intellectual property law regarding medical technologies and pharmaceuticals. However despite my undergraduate background and JD degree, I still come up unqualified for my desired career because I have no PhD in life sciences/medical sciences and many firms require that you have it... my question is, does it make any sense to retroactively embark on a PhD for the sake of my desired career? Have you ever heard of anyone doing this? (if this information helps I have extensive research experience from undergrad) any advice is appreciated!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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