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Sheena X. Wang* Law Clerk
Overview

Sheena Wang focuses her practice on assisting companies in the pharmaceutical and biotech fields with patent prosecution, post-grant proceedings, and patent litigation matters. Ms. Wang’s extensive real-world experience at leading life sciences companies, in addition to her Masters of Science in Biotechnology, lay a strong foundation for her practice.

Ms. Wang’s work experience includes various hands-on roles at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Synexus Clinical Research Ltd., and Novavax Inc., among others. As an intellectual property graduate intern at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, she researched, analyzed, and presented data on the patent landscape of viral vector technologies in addition to conducting pre-filing research for upcoming inter partes review proceedings. At Synexus Clinical Research, she was a clinical laboratory associate and documented information and processed laboratory specimen for phase III clinical trials, and at Novavax, in her role as an analytical development intern, she developed standard operating procedures and identified critical reagents for the development of vaccines.

Ms. Wang was a Summer Associate at Rothwell Figg in 2020 while earning her J.D. from Washington and Lee University School of Law. While at law school, she was a Lead Articles Editor of the German Law Journal and the Intellectual Property Chair of the Sports, Entertainment, and Intellectual Property Law Society (SEIPLS). In her final year at law school she completed an internship at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She has an undergraduate degree from the University of Western Ontario where she double majored in cell biology and genetics, as well as a Masters of Science in Biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University.

*Not admitted to the DC Bar

Publications & Presentations

Co-Author, "Foreign Patent Damages Recovery 2 Years After WesternGeco," Law360, August 18, 2020.

Christopher B. Seaman & Sheena X. Wang, An Inside History of the Burger Court's Patent Eligibility Jurisprudence, 53 Akron Law Review 915 (2019). 

Professional Affiliations, Honors & Recognition

3rd place finalist, USPTO National Patent Application Drafting Competition, East Coast Regional