Letitia Lee
Letitia LeeAssociate
Letitia Lee is an associate at Turner Boyd, where her practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, especially patents. Ms. Lee has experience with a variety of technologies, including those relating to computer software, biomedical devices, and pharmaceutical products. She also has experience prosecuting patents, handling inter partes reviews, and advising on patent strategy.

Ms. Lee graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law and received a High Tech Law Certificate in Intellectual Property with honors. During law school, Ms. Lee externed for the honorable Socrates Peter Manoukian in the Superior Court of California of Santa Clara County. Ms. Lee also served as an associate for the Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal and as President of the Student Intellectual Property Law Association. Ms. Lee also externed at the United States Patent and Trademark Office in Washington, D.C.

Ms. Lee is the co-author of “Copyright Protection in the Digital Millennium,” published in PLI’s IP Law Institute 2015 Course Handbook.

Before law school, Ms. Lee interned at Pfizer-Rinat, Inc., in the immunology department, and at the University of California San Francisco, in the radiation oncology department. She earned her B.S. in Human Biology from the University of California San Diego.

Ms. Lee is a member of the California bar, and is admitted to practice before the Northern District of California and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

  • University of California San Diego, B.S. in Human Biology, 2012
  • Santa Clara University School of Law, J.D., 2016 (High Tech Law Certificate in Intellectual Property with honors)

  • Copyright Protection in the Digital Millennium, PLI’S IP LAW INSTITUTE 2015 COURSE HANDBOOK 1, 407 (2015)