Amanda Varrichione focuses her practice on electrical and computer technologies, working with companies and institutions of all sizes. Her practice includes utility and design patent application drafting and prosecution and developing IP strategy.
Amanda represents clients in patent matters in areas such as optics, photonics, imaging, microfluidics, medical devices and sensors, hardware control algorithms, microelectromechanical systems, and consumer products.
Amanda graduated from Northeastern University School of Law, where she was a member of the University’s law review, a research assistant in trademark and copyright matters, and a teaching assistant for advanced legal research and first-year legal research and writing. During her time at law school, Amanda held co-op positions with Wolf Greenfield, where she assisted with prosecuting domestic and foreign applications related to electrical and computer technologies. Amanda has previously held co-op positions in the intellectual property department of a Boston-based law firm as well as in the technology transfer office at Northeastern University. She also worked as a student attorney in the IP CO-LAB, Northeastern University’s intellectual property clinic.
Amanda received her Bachelor of Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Physics. As an undergraduate at WPI, she completed a research project in WPI’s IPG Photonics Laboratory, which involved the use of optics, photonics, and programming to develop a device that assists the visually impaired with recognizing colors.
- Boston Patent Law Association: Member (2020-Present)
Beyond client work, Amanda assists with hiring efforts for the Electrical & Computer Technologies Practice. She enjoys attending recruitment events and meeting new people.
In her free time, Amanda enjoys traveling and exploring new places. Amanda is an avid learner of geography and languages.