Wanying Li focuses her practice on patent prosecution and counseling primarily in the area of electronics.
While attending law school, Wanying served as a staff writer for The Advocate Newspaper. Wanying worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2020. She also worked as a summer associate for an international law firm in its Shanghai, China office where she conducted legal and factual research for patent infringement lawsuits.
While attending Cornell University, Wanying was a research assistant in the Organic Robotics Lab and her research focused on developing an affordable assistive robotic hand for patients suffering from hand or forearm disabilities by designing an industrially feasible fabrication method. Wanying also volunteered at the Children’s Law Center in Bronx, New York.
Wanying’s native language is Mandarin Chinese.
Cornell University M.S., Materials Science and Engineering (2017)
Purdue University B.S., Materials Science and Engineering (2014)
Purdue University B.S., Accounting and Management (2014)
Santa Clara University School of Law J.D. (2021)
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