Prior to attending law school at George Mason University, Harish worked as a computer programming consultant, providing support for various government agencies and performing classified work directed towards strengthening the United States’ national security. Before to joining the firm, Harish worked as a patent attorney preparing and prosecuting patents in various fields of information and technology. He also worked as a patent examiner at the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) where he examined patent applications in the 2100 Art area focused on multi-processing technologies such as virtual machines, task and process management, resource sharing and multitasking, object-oriented programming, load balancing, semaphores and priority scheduling.
Harish received his B.S. in computer science from George Mason University.