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Barry J. Berenberg began his professional life as an aerospace engineer working on a wide range of rocket, satellite, and unmanned aircraft programs. His first project out of college was the development and construction of a rocket that launched into orbit in early 1993.
While working as an engineering consultant, Barry had the opportunity to work on some of his clients’ legal issues. He found this work interesting and thought he could make a greater contribution in this area. He attended the University of New Mexico to earn his law degree, then clerked at the New Mexico Supreme Court for then Chief Justice Edward L. Chavez.
Barry first practiced law as panel counsel for USAA, handling auto and homeowners defense and coverage issues. He then joined a general practice firm in New Mexico where he focused on intellectual property law, personal injury, premises liability, and construction law. Much of this work was for Albuquerque Public Schools.
At Walsh Gallegos, Barry represents clients in employment law, personal injury, facilities and business, and governance. He also continues some trademark and copyright representation.
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