Nicole M. Ang

Associate | Washington, D.C. | (202) 778-1656
(202) 778-1656

Nicole Ang is an associate in the litigation department with a focus on intellectual property.

Nicole has worked on matters involving various data storage, encryption, and semiconductor technologies in both private and government regulatory settings. Since joining the firm, she has successfully argued on behalf of pro bono clients in the District of Columbia and Virginia and contributed to other litigation proceedings by constructing motions and appeal documents.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Nicole interned for Bird & Bird ATMD in Singapore in their Intellectual Property Department, and for the New York Legal Assistance Group in its Matrimonial and Family Law Unit (now known as the Domestic Violence Law Unit). While at NYLAG, she advocated for survivors of domestic violence in court through both motion practice and oral advocacy. Nicole used her bilingualism in English and Mandarin Chinese to serve diverse client populations by conducting intake interviews, interpreting, and translating documents. She has also worked for the Tompkins County District Attorney’s Office in Ithaca, NY.

While attending law school, Nicole served as the Executive Editor of the Cornell International Law Journal and President of the Cornell Law Mock Trial team, earning multiple awards for her excellence in trial advocacy skills. She earned her J.D. with a Specialization in International Legal Affairs from Cornell University Law School.

Nicole is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia.

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