Mr. Woelke concentrates his efforts in in patent preparation and prosecution and assists the firm in various litigation matters.
Mr. Woelke’s undergraduate research focused on halogen exchange mechanisms of alkyl chains using gas chromatography mass spectrometry. The subject of his senior thesis was a morbidity study of channel catfish downstream of the Velsicol Chemical Corp. Superfund Site on the Pine River. Mr. Woelke spent two years as an organic chemistry teaching assistant and a laboratory technician. During law school, Mr. Woelke worked as a summer intern for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and as a law clerk for Young Basile and another local law firm.
Mr. Woelke participated in the University of Detroit Mercy Student Bar Association and competed on several moot court teams. His academic performance was recognized by inclusion on the Dean’s List, and he was the recipient of various book awards.