Dr. Miranda Hallett’s practice focuses on intellectual property, including patent prosecution, clearance and prosecution of trademarks, intellectual property infringement risk assessments, and enforcement of intellectual property rights. Dr. Hallett’s patent prosecution practice involves drafting, prosecuting, analyzing, and defending patents, as well as, counseling clients in the areas of medical devices, biotechnology, life sciences, and consumer goods.
Dr. Hallett is experienced in preparing due diligence Intellectual Property analyses. Dr. Hallett also maintains an active pro bono docket.
Dr. Hallett received her PhD from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Dr. Hallett completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Vanderbilt University studying factors that affect chemo-resistance. As a National Cancer Institute predoctoral fellow and American Cancer Society postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Hallett researched treatments for breast and colorectal cancers. Dr. Hallett's research experience includes biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and cancer biology, bio-imaging, and chemotherapeutic efficacy testing.
- JD, Georgetown University Law Center
- PhD, Cancer and Developmental Biology, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
- BS, Chemistry, Spelman College
- District of Columbia