Aleksandra focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation. She has litigated cases spanning a wide range of technologies and industries, including:
Her litigation experience extends to managing discovery, motion practice, claim construction, hearing preparation, legal research, witness preparation, and contributing to the development of overall litigation strategy.
In addition, Aleksandra maintains an active pro bono practice, with an emphasis on women’s rights. She has worked on cases and projects involving gender-based discrimination and reproductive rights.
Prior to joining the firm, Aleksandra was an associate at an international law firm. She worked on matters involving networking software, semiconductors, and aerial imagery combined with data analytics. She also was active in pro bono matters, including preparing an overview of equal pay laws across a major organization advocating for women’s rights, and assisting a leading LGBTQ nonprofit organization with its trademark applications. Before that, Aleksandra worked in-house at various international technology companies. She has substantial experience in reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements, including software licensing and supply contracts.
Aleksandra earned her master of laws from the University of California, Berkeley, where she contributed to the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. She received her B.A. in European Social and Political Studies, with honors, from University College London. Aleksandra obtained her bachelor of laws (J.D. equivalent in the U.K.), with honors, from the University of Law, London, where she participated in the Own-it Intellectual Property Clinic.
Aleksandra has lived and studied in the United Kingdom, France, and Poland. She is fluent in Polish and conversational in French.
Aleksandra is admitted to practice in California.Show More