Prof. Dr. Brian Johnson, J.D., B.S.E.E.

Location Austin, Texas, United States

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About me

Practice areas International Business & Intellectual Property Law
Memberships Ave Maria Alumni Association, IPGAM, Alumni, University of Texas Alumni
Interests Marriage, Travel, Investment, Politics
Wants Experience with an international law firm.
Haves Experience with several global corporations and a fine tuned formal education.
More about me I grew up in the heart of the sleepy town of Austin, Texas. By the time I was a toddler, I knew I would become an engineer. I excelled in learning, testing, and sports from elementary to college. While in college, my priorities shifted from personal excellence to social excellence. I made it through, but not without some sacrifices. Professional work started at Motorola, in Austin Texas. I learned to keep myself organized and to mind my own business, while doing what I am asked to do. Times were stressful in the Semiconductor Products Sector as the plant prepared for a major reorganization. I took my severance pay and went searching for a position doing more inspiring work with highly motivated engineers in the automotive industry. Fate had it that I would return to a childhood passion of mine: robotics and artifical intelligence. The GDRS team hired me on the spot, and I took up a position modelling the latest radar information into a format autonomous robots can use. That position tested my stamina and commitment to excellence. I took on new responsibilities, like liason between divisions, monitoring emerging technologies, managing peers, and developing within a settled framework. When I lost my desire and focus on that technology, I made my way back to Texas to gather my inner strength and focus on the future. I found the lure of legal restraints on intellectual property intriguing in light of my experience with new technologies and intercorporate collaboration. Law school took me four years, because I spent a year planning and making sure my LSAT score is high and my mind and heart is in the right place. I am very pleased with the results. The law is focused on enabling people to succeed, while giving them incentives to enable others as well. This lesson turns out to be a key moment in my personal development as well as a major leap forward for my career. I graduated in May of 2007 with a head full of ideas and a heart full of desire. I am taking to the globe to expand my horizons across the oceans and into the abstracted world of international business and law. China is a nation ripe for growth, expansion of legal freedom, and free market economics. They are challenging the global economy with a novel approach to free society, which incorporates idylic principles of communism with the spirit of capitalism, and hope for the future of the mind bogglingly large populous. I think they are going to make waves in the international scene, and I am excited to have an opportunity to work for the government as a foreign expert, teaching law at the University level.


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