GRANVILLE — David E. Shore of Granville graduated from Boston University School of Law with cum laude honors on May 19. He is a graduate of Putnam County High School (2001), University of Illinois College of ACES (Bachelor of Science, 2005) and Harvard Medical School Department of Molecular Biology, concentrating in genetics (Doctor of Philosophy, 2012).
Pursuing a career in bio-law, Shore has been employed since receiving his Ph.D. as a specialist at two Boston law firms specializing in science-based patent and intellectual property law. Prior to entering law school, he also passed the U.S. Patent Bar, allowing him to represent his firm’s clients in contested patent proceedings.
His employment since 2014 has been with the law firm of Choate, Hall and Stewart in Boston, where he will continue as a science specialist and patent agent while studying for the Massachusetts Bar, and once admitted to the bar, as an associate attorney specializing in science-based intellectual property litigation.
He is the son of Circuit Judge (retired) Scott and Adriane Shore, a retired teacher, of Granville. He is married to Haley Frampton Shore, originally of Winnebago, who is employed as senior assistant director of admissions at Brandeis University near Boston. The senior Shores, as well as David’s brother, Daniel Shore, and his wife, Dr. Ariella Slovin, of Georgetown, D.C., also attended the graduation.