Kady Bruce counsels clients in biotechnology patent prosecution. She has extensive knowledge in the areas of neuroscience, biology, sensory systems, optical physics and biomechanical engineering.
While in law school, Kady was a member of the Journal of Science and Technology Law, and was on the e-boards of the IP Law Society, the Real Estate Law Association, and the Communication, Entertainment, and Sports Law Association. Kady was also a member of BU’s Startup Law Clinic, where she assisted BU and MIT student-based startups with incorporating, forming LLCs, researching and filing trademark applications, and drafting IP assignment agreements—among other tasks specific to each client. She was a summer associate at Wolf Greenfield and assisted the firm in researching, drafting and prosecuting patents.
Before beginning law school, Kady received her PhD in vision science. Her research involved using adaptive optical technology to image and stimulate human ocular cells in vivo,
with the goal of developing a better understanding of elementary photoreceptor signaling in human vision. In addition, she was a legal intern at Boston Scientific, where she researched and provided summaries on patent portfolio acquisitions to assist Boston Scientific with assessments of portfolio value.