Chelsea Everson

Chelsea Everson
Associate

Chelsea Everson drafts and prosecutes patent applications for clients of all sizes. She concentrates her intellectual property practice on the biological and chemical arts.

Before becoming an attorney, Chelsea participated in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Patent Experience Extern Program and Patent Training Academy, where she gained experience in the agency’s review and decision-making processes. She was then paired with a patent examiner in the USPTO’s Technology Center 1600, a unit that oversees various biotech, chemical, and pharmaceutical technologies. She also delivered presentations to small business owners, inventors, and entrepreneurs at USPTO informational events.

An outstanding student, Chelsea received dual undergraduate degrees in psychology and biological sciences, with high distinction, from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. There, she worked as a technician in the Natural Sciences Department, assisting with advanced virology, immunology, microbiology, molecular biology, and biochemistry teaching and research laboratories. These opportunities provided Chelsea with additional expertise in genome engineering, molecular cloning, and cell culture.

Chelsea earned a Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School, focusing her legal studies on intellectual property and supplementing her classroom learning by volunteering in the Patent Procurement Clinic and clerking for the Dobrusin Law Firm.

 

Areas of Practice

  • Patents
  • IP Strategy and Counseling

Bar Admissions

  • Michigan

Education

  • Wayne State University Law School
    • Juris Doctor, 2018
    • Patent Procurement Clinic
    • Provost’s Scholar
  • University of Michigan – Dearborn
    • Bachelor of Science, with high distinction, 2013
      Bachelor of Arts, with high distinction, 2013