June 1, 2020
Nancy Braman is a rising 3L at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law and an M.Sc. Biotechnology Candidate at The Johns Hopkins University. She is a Senior Editor of IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property, and she spent her first two years of law school working extensively as an author and researcher for IPWatchdog, Inc., authoring over 30 articles to date. She holds a B.Sc. Microbiology and B.Sc. Molecular Biology & Biotechnology from the University of Idaho, where she spent four years as an undergraduate research assistant in pathophysiology.
Nancy chose Haug Partners LLP because of the firm’s impressive expertise in life science patent litigation. In her free time she can be found hiking around New England, home brewing, and visiting her home state of Alaska.
Patrick Lavery is a rising 3L at Fordham University School of Law where he serves as an Articles & Notes Editor on the Fordham Law Review. Prior to law school, Patrick earned a B.S. in Physics from Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
Patrick chose Haug Partners because of the firm’s specialization in life science litigation. Outside of work, he enjoys swimming, reading fiction, and spending time at the Jersey Shore.
Jessica Stookey holds a B.S. in Biology from Allegheny College and is currently a rising 3L at Seton Hall University School of Law. During her undergraduate studies, Jessica conducted research on endocrine disrupters, and completed her senior thesis on the teratogenic effects of several pharmaceuticals. At law school, Jessica serves as the Executive Editor of the Seton Hall Legislative Journal and is a member of the Intellectual Property Law Association.
Jessica chose Haug Partners because of the firm’s expertise in the life science industry, and because of the supportive and welcoming environment at the firm.
Conrad Stumpf is a rising 3L at the Seton Hall University School of Law, where he serves as a senior editor on the Seton Hall Law Review. Prior to law school, Conrad graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Rhode Island, where he received his Doctorate of Pharmacy. During his time at the University of Rhode Island, Conrad’s extracurricular laboratory work focused on the unique molecular mechanism of the antipsychotic drug clozapine.
Conrad chose Haug Partners LLP because it was the perfect place to make the most out of his pharmaceutical and legal experience while building strong relationships with some of the most experienced attorneys in the life sciences field. In his free time, Conrad enjoys hiking, lacrosse, and electronic sound design.
Kim Vo is a third-year law student from Notre Dame Law. Kim holds a M.S. in Environmental Science and Engineering and a B.S. in Biochemical and Chemical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. Prior to law school, she worked as a chemical process engineer.
Kim chose Haug Partners because of the firm’s specialization in the life sciences. Outside of work, her interests include hiking tall mountains, cheering on her favorite football teams, and experimenting with Cajun-inspired recipes.