Ellen Levish is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology group. Ellen is committed to providing thoughtful, reliable, and zealous representation for her clients. Her strong science background not only enables her to understand the cutting-edge technology at issue in her cases, but also to clearly communicate those concepts when advocating for her clients.
Ellen earned her law degree at the University of Minnesota. During law school, she developed a passion for the courtroom while working as a certified student attorney in the Indian Child Welfare Act Clinic. Ellen honed her leadership and organization skills through her service as the Editor-in-Chief for Volume 20 of the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology.
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