Dolly J. Krishnaswamy
Dolly J. Krishnaswamy, a first year law student at New York University School of Law, is a proud tech nerd, science geek, and —fingers crossed— IP lawyer in the making. She graduated from Emory University with a B.S. in biology and a co-major in journalism. Her professional past includes conducting research in a cancer lab, reporting for Science magazine, doing web design for a start-up, and writing blogs for a couple legal firms.
When she’s not fueling her Starbucks addiction to keep up with volumes of reading at school, she’s likely putting her writing and technology skills to use at her current job at TTS, where she is VP of the Project Management Office. She also likes to participate in New York technology and diversity events; she last spoke at the New York Women in Communications Event.
Events Dolly J. Krishnaswamy is Covering:
Patent: Protection for Computer-Related Inventions
Patent: Hot Topics in Patent Damages: Deconstructing Apple v. Motorola, Should the Federal Circuit Revisit Its Precedents on Past Damages?
Professional Skills: Restart & Refocus: Transitioning into & Jumpstarting Your Non-Traditional Career in IP Law
Women in IP Law Dinner
Diversity Action Group (DAG) Meeting
Trademark: Is that Domain .Yours or .Mine? Coping with the New Top Level Domain Names
Science & Technology: Smartphones and the Patent Battleground
Opportunities for Publishing with the ABA-IPL Section: Wine Reception
ADR: The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution: “Effective Practices Protocol” for Patent Mediation
Ethics: Fraud on the US Patent and Trademark Virginia Office: Has the Plague of Inequitable Conduct Been Eradicated?