A good trial lawyer educates a jury on the issues before them, and like a favorite teacher, does it without making it seem like a chore. Tom Wright does both. Tom has a Ph.D. in chemistry and is a former Professor of Chemistry. He taught at the Austin and Arlington campuses of the University of Texas, as well as a stint at The Imperial College of Science and Technology of the University of London where he was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship by Prof. Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson, winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Tom was invited to lecture at universities across the United States and in Europe. In addition to serving as Of Counsel for Howard & Spaniol, PLLC, Mr. Wright also founded and manages his firm, Induction-IP, PLLC and was previously a partner with both trial boutiques and a several-hundred lawyer firm.
College of the State Bar of Texas; New York Academy of Science; American Intellectual Property Law Association, voting member of Chemical Practices and Patent Litigation Committees; American Chemical Society; Advisory Board of the Museum of Nature & Science; Advisory Board of the Institute for Technology Law of the Center for American and International Law; Chancellor’s Circle of the University of Texas at Austin; Sigma Xi Research Society.
Over 25 peer-reviewed papers published in the Journals of various learned societies, including the American Chemical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry.