3D printers are not just involved in the technology world. As a rather creative field, the 3D printing industry is completely open to legal problems, introducing a new need for lawyers and other legal professionals who work for intellectual property rights. Some of these areas of growth may include IP ownership, scope of rights, licensing, fair use, and international rights.
Becoming any lawyer or another legal professional will most likely take 7 years of full-time study after you graduate from high school. There will be 4 years of undergraduate study, followed by 3 years of law school.
How would lawyers and other legal professions use 3D Printing
3D printing would allow lawyers to counsel clients operating in all divisions of the 3-D printing industry on a wide range of patent law and IP ownership issues. Also, 3D prints make great visuals since you can see the entirety of an object. With 3D printers, lawyers and other legal professions are able to better explain their argument when people can view it three dimensionally.