Claire helps clients on patent infringement litigation in US federal district court and before the US International Trade Commission (ITC). Claire is experienced in a wide array of technologies, including projectors, smart televisions, mobile devices, IoT devices, display panels, and medical devices.

Prior to attending law school, Claire was a biomedical engineer at a medical device company assisting in the development of a new dental bone graft with collagen. She also helped obtain and maintain the CE marks of Class III medical devices. Prior to joining Mayer Brown, Claire spent her first summer in law school as an IP intern focusing on patent prosecution at a company specializing in high performance coatings.

Claire has research experience in Molecular Dynamics (MD) Simulation of lipid molecules, and bioinformatics. She was first introduced to patent law as a co-inventor of a patented medical device.

Claire volunteers as an organizer of Industry Meetup Program for Advancing Career and Technical Skills (“IMPATCs”) with Korean American Scientists and Association (KSEA).

Spoken Languages

  • Korean


Georgia Institute of Technology, BS, Biomedical Engineering with Honors

The George Washington University Law School, JD
Federal Communications Law Journal (Staff Editor),
Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (Director of Outreach & Alumni Engagement)


  • District of Columbia