Tommy Kenny was a co-operative law student at the University of Sherbrooke. He had been hired as a student in the winter of 2012 and has joined the patent team of Brouillette + Partners in the summer 2012. He graduated from the University of Sherbrooke in Law at the summer 2013 and then completed his Quebec Training Program during the winter session 2014. He finally completed his articling period at the Quebec Bar in the fall 2014. In fall 2014, Me Kenny also began a training program in Common Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Montreal in order to better serve his clients. Since November 2014, Tommy Kenny is a young intellectual property lawyer with special interest in patent law, technology and technology transfer. In addition to attending patent agents in drafting proceedings and patent applications, he conducts prior art searches in various technological fields. He wants to represent clients in the patent, industrial designs, trade secrets and copyright fields before administrative and judicial bodies. Moreover, he will assist clients in obtaining patents, industrial designs and registered copyright. He also wants to advise clients in all the above-mentioned fields, as well well as in technological and regulatory transfers. Tommy is also a chemist and he holds a Master’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Sherbrooke. He also completed with distinction a Bachelor degree in Science at Bishop’s University. He has expertise in polymer chemistry and photophysics. His interdisciplinary training gives him the opportunity to combine a scientific and legal vision which allows him to better understand the reality and needs of different clients.