Annie Bolton is a rising 3L at Fordham University School of Law, where she serves as the Symposium Editor on the Urban Law Journal. She holds a B.S. in Chemistry and Psychology from the University of Miami, where she conducted neuroimaging research. Prior to law school, she worked at a pharmaceutical company developing monoclonal antibody therapeutics.
Annie chose Haug Partners because of the firm’s specialization in life sciences and expertise in pharmaceutical patent litigation. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, trying new restaurants, and running in Central Park.
Ken K. Hong is a rising 2L at Duke University School of Law, where he is the incoming Co-President of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association and a Moot Court Board Member. He graduated with a B.A. in Chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University.
Ken chose Haug Partners because of the firm’s expertise in patent litigation, particularly in the life sciences arena, and the firm’s welcoming culture. Outside work, he enjoys traveling to national parks, attending concerts, and playing with his cats.
Austin Keith is a rising 3L at the University of Akron School of Law where serves as an IP Fellow for the Center for Intellectual Property Law and Technology. During law school, he has worked as an extern at the Court of Federal Claims and the Northern District of Ohio. Austin holds a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and an MBA. During his undergraduate studies, he spent four years as an undergraduate research assistant studying gecko adhesion.
Austin chose Haug Partners because of the firm’s specialization in a wide array of litigation, including life science litigation. Outside of work, he enjoys watching sports, trying local restaurants, and being outdoors.
Peter Kotecki is a rising 3L at Washington University School of Law, where he serves as a Senior Executive Editor on the Washington University Law Review. During law school, he participated in the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition. Peter graduated from Northwestern University with a bachelor’s degree in integrated science and legal studies.
Peter chose Haug Partners because of the firm’s expertise in life science litigation and its emphasis on mentorship. In his free time, he enjoys tennis, playing the clarinet, and trying new restaurants.