I maintain a general practice in Atlanta, Georgia, where I am a member of the state bar. For out-of-state clients, I help with federal law matters, including copyright, trademarks, patents, tax, and federal criminal law. I am well-connected through technology, so that communication is easy where ever you are.
I have prosecuted patent applications and advised on patent strategy for a variety of clients, including solo inventors, university startups, and companies with over $2B in revenue.
I graduated magna cum laude from Georgia State University’s College of Law, where I received top grades in Criminal Law, Civil Procedure, Patent Law, Evidence, and Lawyering Advocacy (Litigation). I also gained a deeper understanding of 35 U.S.C. § 101 patent subject matter eligibility from competing in the 2017 AIPLA Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition.
Prior to law school, I earned an MS in Molecular Biosciences and Bioengineering at the University of Hawaii, where I researched the use of pathogen-associated molecular patterns for a malaria vaccine. I did my undergraduate work at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, majoring in Physics. And between my undergraduate and graduate degrees, I helped develop several technologies, including a commercial prototype of a Standing Wave Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (SW-TIRF) microscope, and MRI software to calculate the ratio of white matter to gray matter in the brain.