Glen Thurston is an intellectual property attorney in Leydig’s Boulder office whose practice focuses on patent prosecution. His technical areas in patent prosecution include the chemical arts, pharmaceuticals and biosimilars.
Dr. Thurston attended the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University where he served as an Executive Editor of the BYU Law Review, assisted clients with patent matters in the Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic, and interned in the BYU Technology Transfer Office. Before law school, Dr. Thurston received a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In that role, he investigated the electronic and vibronic structures of small oligothiophenes using Slow Electron Velocity-Map Imaging (SEVI) anion photoelectron spectroscopy.