Brianna Chamberlin’s practice spans a wide range of technologies, including small compound and biologic pharmaceuticals, chemicals, medical devices, and oil and gas production, as well as memory devices and software.

Brianna has handled various aspects of offensive and defensive complex patent litigation from due diligence through trial, including pre-suit due diligence, fact and expert discovery, taking and defending depositions, claim construction briefing, drafting and arguing dispositive motions, and direct examination of witnesses at trial. She also has experience drafting appellate briefing submitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

During law school, Brianna was a research assistant to Professor Jason Rantanen, conducting empirical research and writing on patent law. Prior to law school and while pursuing her bachelor’s degree, Brianna worked in the Matzger Group at the University of Michigan, where she focused her research on crystal polymorphism of pharmaceutical materials.

Brianna enjoys spending her free time outdoors — swimming, hiking, and fishing — with her family and two dogs.