Dr. Louis H. Iselin
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• M.E., Nuclear Engineering Sciences, University of Florida
• Ph.D., Nuclear Engineering Sciences, University of Florida
• J.D., cum laude, University of Houston Law Center
Honors and Judicial Experience
• Tau Beta Pi
• Alpha Nu Sigma
• Order of the Barons
• Associate Editor for Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy (peer-reviewed)
• Intern for Hon. Lee H. Rosenthal, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
Admissions and Affiliations
• IEEE Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society (IEEE NPSS)
• IEEE Professional Communication Society (IEEE PCS)
• Engineer Intern (OK)
• Health Physics Society (HPS)
• Institute of Physics (UK) (Chartered Physicist)
• Association of Legal Administrators
• American Bar Association (ABA)
• Houston Intellectual Property Law Association (HIPLA)
• State Bar of Texas (SBOT) (Director, District 4, Place 3, 2012-2015)
• United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
• U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
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Louis’ doctoral degree in Nuclear Engineering Sciences enables him to effectively represent clients in a wide array of highly complex technologies. Louis is highly skilled in patent prosecution, opinion work and litigation, and he worked with clients in many fields including processor architecture, relays, telephony, A-D converters, computer architecture, random number generation, software engineering, radiation detectors, oil rigs and flooring. Louis also secures trademark and copyright protection, and he performs due-diligence and freedom-to-operate analyses.
Louis attended The University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as a National Merit Scholar. He majored in engineering physics with additional coursework in electrical and chemical engineering. His interest in uncertainty in measurements and calculations started as an undergraduate. Louis then pursued his master’s and doctoral degrees in nuclear engineering sciences at The University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, taking graduate coursework in nuclear and environmental engineering, engineering sciences, physics and chemistry as a United States Department of Energy Fellow. Louis focused on ionizing radiation interactions and non-linear curve fitting for his master’s degree and analyzing radiation effects for his doctoral degree. More specifically, his master’s degree research focused on mathematical modeling of complex non-linear magnetic resonance data, and his doctoral research focused on radiation effects on organic substances using nitrogen-14 nuclear quadrupole resonance, using the modeling techniques from his master’s work. After graduation, Louis taught as an Assistant Professor of Physics in support of the undergraduate health physics program at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
Louis began working as a patent prosecutor in 1996 and graduated from The University of Houston Law Center in 2004. During law school, Louis was an Associate Editor of the Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy, a member of the Order of the Barons honor society, and an intern in the chambers of the Honorable Lee H. Rosenthal, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas. After earning his law degree, Louis was a litigator in the Houston office of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld LLP until co-founding Krueger Iselin LLP with Dan Krueger in 2007. Louis was elected to a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the State Bar of Texas in 2012, representing the attorneys of Harris County.