Amanda Klinker’s practice includes patent drafting, with a particular emphasis on medical technologies. Before joining the firm, Amanda worked for several years as a Research and Development Engineer with a medical device company. While there, Amanda helped design and manufacture endoscopic visualization devices.
Prior to starting her career as an engineer, Amanda attended the Georgia Institute of Technology. She majored in Biomedical Engineering and minored in Law, Science, and Technology. For her senior design project, she worked with a small team to create a device that restored two-way communication for patients on non-invasive ventilation.
Currently, she is attending law school part-time at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law.
* Practice is supervised by the partners of BoMc.
- Currently serves as the Hybrid 2L Student Bar Association Governor.
- Was part of the engineering team that brought the first single-use duodenoscope to market.
- UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, J.D., Anticipated 2022
- Georgia Tech, B.S., Biomedical Engineering, 2017
- Author. “Protecting Trade Secrets in a Post-Pandemic World,” BoMc Blog, December 8, 2021.
- American Bar Association (ABA), Member
- American Intellectual Property Association (AIPLA), Member