Alexandra Kim focuses her practice on patent litigation. She utilizes her legal and scientific background when working with clients to achieve their goals.

Alex’s legal experience includes writing memorandums including motions for summary judgement, researching complex legal issues, completing client intakes, conducting client interviews and discovery. Her broad scientific background includes undergraduate and graduate education in anatomy, biochemistry, biostatistics, cellular and molecular biology, genetics, histopathology, immunology, inorganic and organic chemistry, pharmacology, physics, and physiology.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Alex was a litigation intern at the Public Health Advocacy Institute, where she assisted with tort and Chapter 93A claims. She was also a legal intern with Weber Shandwick’s Digital Health team, where she provided in-house support on privacy laws, antitrust concerns, and FDA and FTC compliance for pharmaceutical marketing.

Prior to law school, Alex was a research assistant at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She received a master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University School of Medicine, where her thesis research focused on nutritional intake and the interaction of nutrition with infection in deployed, active US soldiers.

While in law school, Alex was a member of the Intellectual Property Society and participated in her school’s clinic, IP CO-LAB. She graduated with a concentration in Intellectual Property and Innovation. Before joining Wolf Greenfield full time, Alex was a summer associate at the firm.

Litigation:

  • With two senior attorneys, wrote a motion for summary judgment on offensive, non-mutual collateral estoppel relating to ambiguous jury slips

Pro Bono:

  • Helped represent an unemployment insurance claimant seeking wrongfully denied benefits


  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Boston Bar Association
  • 3rd place in the IDEA Student IP Writing Competition for her article titled “Let’s All Get on the Same Page: Equating Patent-Agent Privilege to Attorney-Client Privilege”

Articles

April 5, 2021

A Precautionary Tale: District Courts Take Varying Measures As In-Person Trials Appear on the Horizon

August 30, 2019

INSIGHT: Inconsistent Patent Venues - Considerations for In-House Counsel



Scientific Publications

  • Alexandra K. Kim, Christine Hamada, Mark L. Zeidel, & Warren G. Hill. (2020). “Akita, ob/ob, and Diet Induced Obesity Mice as Diabetic Models for Bladder Dysfunction”. American Journal of Physiology Renal Physiology, 318(1), F160-F174.
  • Alexandra K. Kim & Warren G. Hill. (2017). “Effect of filling rate on cystometric parameters in young and middle aged mice”. Bladder, 4(1), e28.
  • Alexandra K. Kim, Barrett Richard, Ilene Boucher, Wanfeng Yu, Tianqing Kong, & Bradley M. Denker. (2016). “Gα12 Regulates Interleukin-8 Expression After Epithelial Cell Injury”. Open Journal of Pathology, 6, 154-161.

Legal Publications

  • Alexandra K. Kim, Let’s All Get on the Same Page: "Equating Patent-Agent Privilege to Attorney-Client Privilege," 27 RICH. J.L. & TECH., no. 3, 2020.


  • Painting, home improvement, interior design, baking, traveling
Expand All

Alexandra Kim focuses her practice on patent litigation. She utilizes her legal and scientific background when working with clients to achieve their goals.

Alex’s legal experience includes writing memorandums including motions for summary judgement, researching complex legal issues, completing client intakes, conducting client interviews and discovery. Her broad scientific background includes undergraduate and graduate education in anatomy, biochemistry, biostatistics, cellular and molecular biology, genetics, histopathology, immunology, inorganic and organic chemistry, pharmacology, physics, and physiology.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Alex was a litigation intern at the Public Health Advocacy Institute, where she assisted with tort and Chapter 93A claims. She was also a legal intern with Weber Shandwick’s Digital Health team, where she provided in-house support on privacy laws, antitrust concerns, and FDA and FTC compliance for pharmaceutical marketing.

Prior to law school, Alex was a research assistant at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She received a master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University School of Medicine, where her thesis research focused on nutritional intake and the interaction of nutrition with infection in deployed, active US soldiers.

While in law school, Alex was a member of the Intellectual Property Society and participated in her school’s clinic, IP CO-LAB. She graduated with a concentration in Intellectual Property and Innovation. Before joining Wolf Greenfield full time, Alex was a summer associate at the firm.

Litigation:

  • With two senior attorneys, wrote a motion for summary judgment on offensive, non-mutual collateral estoppel relating to ambiguous jury slips

Pro Bono:

  • Helped represent an unemployment insurance claimant seeking wrongfully denied benefits


  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Boston Bar Association
  • 3rd place in the IDEA Student IP Writing Competition for her article titled “Let’s All Get on the Same Page: Equating Patent-Agent Privilege to Attorney-Client Privilege”

Scientific Publications

  • Alexandra K. Kim, Christine Hamada, Mark L. Zeidel, & Warren G. Hill. (2020). “Akita, ob/ob, and Diet Induced Obesity Mice as Diabetic Models for Bladder Dysfunction”. American Journal of Physiology Renal Physiology, 318(1), F160-F174.
  • Alexandra K. Kim & Warren G. Hill. (2017). “Effect of filling rate on cystometric parameters in young and middle aged mice”. Bladder, 4(1), e28.
  • Alexandra K. Kim, Barrett Richard, Ilene Boucher, Wanfeng Yu, Tianqing Kong, & Bradley M. Denker. (2016). “Gα12 Regulates Interleukin-8 Expression After Epithelial Cell Injury”. Open Journal of Pathology, 6, 154-161.

Legal Publications

  • Alexandra K. Kim, Let’s All Get on the Same Page: "Equating Patent-Agent Privilege to Attorney-Client Privilege," 27 RICH. J.L. & TECH., no. 3, 2020.

Articles

April 5, 2021

A Precautionary Tale: District Courts Take Varying Measures As In-Person Trials Appear on the Horizon

August 30, 2019

INSIGHT: Inconsistent Patent Venues - Considerations for In-House Counsel



  • Painting, home improvement, interior design, baking, traveling