Alaina enjoys working on a variety of intellectual property matters, with a focus on litigation.
Alaina is a graduate of USC Gould School of Law, where she studied various topics in intellectual property law and litigation. During her first summer of law school, Alaina participated in the Patent Pilot Program at the U.S. District Court, Central District of California. There, she externed for six judges, drafting tentative orders and bench memos for an assortment of patent cases. During her second summer of law school, she was a summer associate for Banner Witcoff.
Before law school, Alaina used her biomedical engineering background at the Silicon Valley United States Patent Office where she conducted patent research and drafted office actions for medical devices. She also worked at a global biologics company where she analyzed cancer-targeting drugs.