Prior to joining HFZ, I studied Biomedical Engineering at Florida International University, with an interest in neuroscience and cardiology. My experiences at FIU confirmed my passion for engineering and the impact developing technologies have on the world.
During law school, I focused my studies on Patent law and Health law. I also served as a research assistant studying the bioethics surrounding the development and implementation of novel biomedical technologies. My time on the Minnesota Law Review helped hone my legal writing and analytical skills while my work in the Community Legal Partnership for Health Clinic nurtured my passion for providing exceptional service to my clients. At HFZ, I utilize the skills I developed during my legal and undergraduate educations to deliver patent preparation and prosecution solutions that serve our clients’ interests.