Fish & Richardson Firm Members Named 2022 Up and Coming Attorneys and Unsung Legal Heroes

Fish & Richardson Associate Brianna Chamberlin has been named a 2022 "Up & Coming Attorney" by Minnesota Lawyer, which honors young attorneys who have distinguished themselves through professional accomplishment and community leadership. Additionally, Brownie Davis and Alycia Morell have been named 2022 "Unsung Legal Heroes," which recognizes the most talented and dedicated legal support professionals in Minnesota.

Brianna Chamberlin focuses her practice on a wide range of technologies, including small compound and biologic pharmaceuticals, chemicals, medical devices, oil and gas production, and memory devices. Brianna is known for her technical prowess, which allows her to serve as an advocate for her clients and has earned her a reputation for defining case-winning strategies utilized in complex cases. Brianna is also dedicated to her pro bono work and is currently involved in the creation of a Minnesota bar association for legal professionals with disabilities and their allies.

Brownie Davis has been a trusted authority in the firm's Legal Technology Services (LTS) and IT Groups for more than 18 years. As the firm's managing architect of software engineering, Brownie's vast understanding of the firm's technical systems helps ensure the successful selection, implementation, and adoption of technologies that Fish's intellectual property professionals use daily.

Alycia Morell leads Fish's National Patent Paralegal Team, the group responsible for the firm's Information Disclosure Statement (IDS) docket. In the past three years, her group has doubled in size to a total of 45 paralegals, two team leads, and three supervisors. Throughout this dramatic expansion, she's overseen the implementation of new risk prevention and efficiency initiatives while building a warm, collegial, and high-performing team culture.