Alexandra Papas focuses her practice on patent litigation and post-grant proceedings. Alexandra has extensive experience with large-scale International Trade Commission (ITC) investigations, Markman hearings and inter partes reviews (IPR). Supported by her background in electrical engineering, she litigates and advises clients in a wide range of technologies, including medical device design, image processing, RF design, telecommunications, smartphones (and other converged devices) and related software and operating systems, DDR4-compliant memory modules and DRAM, memory controllers, audio codec hardware, and hardware and software development.

Before joining Wolf Greenfield full time, Alexandra was a summer associate at the firm. Alexandra’s background also includes working as a Technology Advisor in IP litigation at an Am Law 100 law firm and working as a Patent and Technology Specialist at an Am Law 50 international law firm. Prior to her legal career, Alexandra worked as a research administrator at Children’s Hospital Boston and an electrical engineer at Raytheon.
  • Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society
  • Jurisprudence Award, Commercial Law Survey
  • The Society of National Collegiate Scholars
  • HKN (Electrical and Computer Engineering Honor Society)


  • Wong J, Steil GM, Curtis M, Papas A, Zurakowski D, and Mason KP. Cardiovascular Effects of Dexmedetomidine Sedation in Children. Anesth Analg 2012;114 193-199
  • Steil GM, Alexander J, Papas A, Monica L, Modi BP, Piper H, Jaksic T, Gottlieb R, Agus MSD. Use of a continuous glucose sensor in an extracorporeal life support circuit. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2011; 5:93-8.

Alexandra enjoys rock climbing, snowboarding, soccer, basketball, painting, and sewing.

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Alexandra Papas focuses her practice on patent litigation and post-grant proceedings. Alexandra has extensive experience with large-scale International Trade Commission (ITC) investigations, Markman hearings and inter partes reviews (IPR). Supported by her background in electrical engineering, she litigates and advises clients in a wide range of technologies, including medical device design, image processing, RF design, telecommunications, smartphones (and other converged devices) and related software and operating systems, DDR4-compliant memory modules and DRAM, memory controllers, audio codec hardware, and hardware and software development.

Before joining Wolf Greenfield full time, Alexandra was a summer associate at the firm. Alexandra’s background also includes working as a Technology Advisor in IP litigation at an Am Law 100 law firm and working as a Patent and Technology Specialist at an Am Law 50 international law firm. Prior to her legal career, Alexandra worked as a research administrator at Children’s Hospital Boston and an electrical engineer at Raytheon.
  • Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society
  • Jurisprudence Award, Commercial Law Survey
  • The Society of National Collegiate Scholars
  • HKN (Electrical and Computer Engineering Honor Society)
  • Wong J, Steil GM, Curtis M, Papas A, Zurakowski D, and Mason KP. Cardiovascular Effects of Dexmedetomidine Sedation in Children. Anesth Analg 2012;114 193-199
  • Steil GM, Alexander J, Papas A, Monica L, Modi BP, Piper H, Jaksic T, Gottlieb R, Agus MSD. Use of a continuous glucose sensor in an extracorporeal life support circuit. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2011; 5:93-8.


Alexandra enjoys rock climbing, snowboarding, soccer, basketball, painting, and sewing.