Shelley (Xiaoyu) Chen is an associate in the firm’s Orange County office.
Shelley practices intellectual property law with a focus on patent prosecution in semiconductor, nanotechnology, and other areas of physics and chemistry.
Shelley received her J.D. from the George Washington University Law School. While attending law school, she worked as a staff editor of the AIPLA Quarterly Journal.
Before attending law school, Shelley received her M.S. in Materials Science from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, where she researched the packaging materials for semiconductor and anode materials for batteries.
Shelley worked as a summer associate with the firm in 2019 and joined the firm in 2020.
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