Brianna Kadjo is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group. She has experience representing clients in district court and before the United States International Trade Commission in a variety of patent disputes involving telecommunications, computer software and mobile devices. Prior to law school, she worked in the semiconductor industry and performed research in the same field.
Brianna earned her J.D. at the American University Washington College of Law, where she focused on all matters of intellectual property, including copyright law, trademark law, patent law and licensing.
While in law school, she served as a comment technical advisor for American University’s Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law and wrote posts for the American University Intellectual Property Brief. She received her B.S. in computer engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2008.