The child of a New York City iron worker, Alyssa learned early in life the lessons of resiliency, improvisation, and—above all else—grit. These lessons guide her life, including her dedication to the craft of intellectual property litigation, trial, and appellate work.
Alyssa’s contributions range from legal and factual investigation and analysis, to offensive and defensive deposition preparation, and to all facets of hearing and trial support. In her short time in private practice, Alyssa has already made her mark, working on cases that have attracted media attention. Alyssa’s passion for the courtroom was also on display during law school, where she worked with a professor in readying a case for trial, including drafting motions in limine, preparing witnesses, and aiding in jury selection.
Alyssa funded her own undergraduate and law school educations. She earned full merit-based scholarships to attend Rensselear Polytecnic Institute, where she received degrees in biology and psychology, and to the University of New Hampshire School of Law’s Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property, where she served as an editor of the school’s law review.
University of New Hampshire,
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute