Stephanie Lin



Stephanie Lin is an associate in the firm's Boston office who focuses her practice on IP litigation matters. She has experience with ANDA litigation, inter partes review proceedings in front of the US Patent and Trademark Office Board, and trade secrets litigation. Stephanie's experience also includes international investigations for a high-profile banking client, contract disputes, arbitration, and bankruptcy proceedings.

In addition, Ms. Lin has represented pro bono clients in federal court litigation and at administrative hearings. As a student attorney in Georgetown's Domestic Violence Clinic, Stephanie represented women before the District of Columbia Superior Court, including successfully arguing a motion hearing.

Ms. Lin is currently on the firm's Community Service Committee and the Women's Leadership Initiative Planning Committee, and she is a firm liaison with the Hyde Square Task Force. Ms. Lin is also a Partner at Social Venture Partners, a network of more than 3,200 engaged donors in 40 cities that helps individuals amplify their giving, fund and strengthen nonprofits, and equip their communities to tackle social challenges.

Before attending law school, Ms. Lin was a communications professional managing strategic public relations campaigns for technology, life sciences and corporate clients. She also previously worked in international operations at Starbucks and as a technical analyst at Microsoft. Ms. Lin received her JD from Georgetown University Law Center and her AB in Philosophy from Harvard University.

Publications & News


August 29, 2017

WilmerHale Assists Pepe the Frog Creator in Enforcing IP, Striking Back at Islamophobic Children’s Book

On behalf of client and artist Matt Furie, the creator of Pepe the Frog, WilmerHale has enforced Furie's intellectual property rights to shut down distribution of Eric Hauser's controversial children's book The Adventures of Pepe and Pede.


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JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 2014, Staff Editor and Submissions Editor, Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy

AB, Philosophy, Harvard University, 2003

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