Philip Ouweleen’s passion for mechanical technologies has taken him from engineer to patent practitioner. He prosecutes patents in the mechanical space, while using his invaluable experience as an engineer to guide his clients. He is an advocate for innovation and technological progress, and represents clients in a variety of industries to help secure and defend their intellectual property rights.

Philip embarked on a successful career as a product engineer and technical specialist after finishing his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. His ability to bridge the gap between engineering and law became evident as he excelled in law school, with a keen interest in intellectual property. While in law school, he served as president of the Intellectual Property Association and as notes editor for the IP Theory Law Journal.


Grove City College, B.S., Mechanical Engineering, magna cum laude

Indiana University, J.D., magna cum laude & Order of the Coif


  • Georgia
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Supreme Court of Georgia