MITCHELL SANTOS is a member of the firm’s IP Litigation and Commercial Litigations and Disputes practices, where he focuses on patent and copyright infringement disputes and handles a variety of other litigation matters.
Mitchell earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he was an articles editor for the Harvard Latinx Law Review and a student attorney for the Cyberlaw Clinic. During law school, Mitchell was a Teaching Fellow under Professors William Fisher and Ruth Okediji for CopyrightX, an internationally taught copyright course. Mitchell continues to volunteer in that capacity.
Prior to joining the firm, Mitchell served as a legal intern for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF), where he worked on matters related to equal protection, voting rights, and immigrant rights. Mitchell also worked as an entertainment and IP litigation project assistant before attending law school. He received his B.A. summa cum laude, in legal studies from the University of California, Berkeley.