Nicholas Beulick is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property practice group, focusing on patent law.
With a background in electrical engineering, Nick guides clients through patent preparation and prosecution. He has extensive experience reviewing patent applications and related technical documents, as well as conducting complex patent searches on behalf of clients.
Nick also holds a certificate in Dispute Resolution.
Before joining Armstrong Teasdale full time, Nick spent time as a law clerk at the firm, supporting the practice group’s 100+ attorneys in drafting patent documents and office action responses, and conducting complex patent searches. He also held two summer associateships at Armstrong Teasdale, and previously served as a patent engineer intern at the firm.
Further, Nick worked for the Hon. Mondonna L. Ghasedi in St. Louis County Circuit Court, where he observed dockets and participated in settlement conferences and voir dire, and assisted with a jury trial. He also served as an intern for an integrated information management company on the East Coast, where he established a competitor patent portfolio to guide future IP pursuits and developed a business continuity plan.
- University of Missouri School of Law (J.D., 2019)
- Dean’s List
- Certificate in Dispute Resolution
- 2017 Patent Law Moot Court Overall Winner (Brief + Oral Arguments)
- 2017 Award for Best Work in Patent Law
- Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
- Clemson University (B.S., 2016)
- Electrical Engineering
- Dean's List
- President's List
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office