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Background

Brianna Chamberlin is a litigation associate in Fish & Richardson’s Twin Cities office. Ms. Chamberlin was previously a Summer Associate with Fish, in which she collaborated to advise clients on obviousness-type double patenting and terminal disclaimers. She also aided in deposition preparation, drafted memoranda on substantive patent law issues, and crafted invalidity contentions.

During law school, Ms. Chamberlin was a research assistant to Professor Jason Rantanen, conducting empirical research and writing on patent law. Prior to law school, Ms. Chamberlin worked in a material sciences lab at the University of Michigan, where she focused her research on the polymorphism of pharmaceutical materials.

Education

J.D., University of Iowa College of Law 2017
Online Managing Editor, Iowa Law Review
Order of the Coif
Innovation, Business, and Law Excellence Award 2017
Giles S. Rich Moot Court Competition 2017 – First Place in Midwest Region; Best Appellant Brief


B.S., University of Michigan 2013
Biochemistry
High Honors

Admissions

  • Minnesota 2017
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota 2017

Other Distinctions

Publications

Biosimilars 2017 Year in Review,” written with Tasha Francis and Jenny Shmuel, Bloomberg Law, (February 6, 2018).

Saikat Roy, Brianna Chamberlin, & Adam Matzger, Polymorph Discrimination Using Low Wavenumber Raman Spectroscopy, 17 ORGANIC PROCESS RES. & DEV. 976 (2013).

Laura Pfund, Brianna Chamberlin, & Adam Matzger, The Bioenhancer Piperine is at Least Trimorphic, 15 CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN 2047 (2015).

Presentations 

Co-speaker, “Do IPR Proceedings Violate the Constitution?” Patents on Tap, Minneapolis (March 15, 2018).

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