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- J.D., New York Law School, June 2019
- MSc in Biomedical and Molecular Sciences Research, King’s College London, September 2016
- B.S. in Psychological and Brain Sciences, B.S. in Intellectual Property Law, University of Massachusetts Amherst, May 2015
• New York, June 2019
Ms. Monteverde participates, under the supervision of registered patent attorneys, in U.S. and foreign patent prosecution in technological fields such as biomedicine and computer science.
During law school, Ms. Monteverde participated in the United States Patent and Trademark Office Clinic. Under attorney supervision, Ms. Monteverde worked with inventors, Pro Bono, and drafted patent applications. Ms. Monteverde participated in a fellowship with the Innovation Center for Law and Technology and affiliated with the Center for International Law after participating in the London Study Abroad program. In addition, Ms. Monteverde became a Pro Bono Scholar during her third year of law school, passing the bar exam prior to graduating and completed over 500 hours of Pro Bono service at Norton Rose Fulbright, under attorney supervision, and participated in the Dean’s Leadership Council.
Ms. Monteverde completed her master’s degree at King’s College London, graduating with merit. She focused on cancer research and wrote her dissertation, Validation of Cancer Specific Lethality, under the supervision of Dr. Ciccarelli.
Ms. Monteverde completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst earning a dual degree in Psychological and Brain Sciences and Intellectual Property Law, graduating as a Commonwealth Honors Scholar with Great Distinction. Ms. Monteverde completed her honor’s capstone thesis on sex and race disparity, specifically in science education of high schoolers. Additionally, Ms. Monteverde completed a four-year program entitled Integrated Concentration in Science, focusing on the Biomedical Track.