With a background in biochemistry, economics, and sociology, Mr. Greenberg serves as chairman of the Montgomery County Maryland Bar Association’s Intellectual Property and Technology Law Section, as well as board member for the Maryland Intellectual Property Legal Resource Center — a legal center for small, start-up businesses. Mr. Greenberg also educates other attorneys as a Continuing Legal Education lecturer for the Montgomery County Bar Association. For future attorneys, Mr. Greenberg has been an annual guest speaker at the American University Law School, and currently is an annual guest speaker at DePaul University Law School.
Franklin Pierce Law Center of the University of New Hampshire School of Law, Concord, NH – Juris Doctor, 1993
Union College, Schenectady, NY – Bachelor of Arts, 1990
Judicial Clerkship, The Honorable L. Leonard Ruben,
6th Judicial Circuit of Maryland, 1992.
Intern, National Institutes of Health, Division of Technology Transfer, Patent Branch, 1992.
Issue Editor, IDEA: The Journal of Law and Technology, 1992-1993.
Legal Writing and Research Instructor, Franklin Pierce Law Center, 1991.
Patent Bar; Maryland Bar; Montgomery County, Maryland, Bar Association (Vice Chairman, Intellectual Property Section, 1998-2000, Chairman, Intellectual Property and Technology Law Section, 2000-2003 and 2007-present), Maryland State Bar Association.