Sarah R. Wasserman Rajec
Lecturer in Law and Teaching Fellow in Law, Science & Technology
Sarah R. Wasserman Rajec joined Stanford Law School as a lecturer and teaching fellow in law, science and technology in 2012. Her research interests include patent law and its intersection with international trade law. Her work has appeared in the American University Law Review and International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law. Sarah is responsible for all aspects of the Law, Science & Technology LLM Program, including student advising and teaching.
Prior to joining Stanford Law School, Sarah was the Frank H. Marks Visiting Associate Professor and Fellow in Intellectual Property Law at George Washington University Law School, where she taught a seminar on TRIPS, Patents, and Public Health in the Munich Intellectual Property Law Summer Program in addition to teaching a first year Torts course.
Sarah graduated with honors from Brown University, where she majored in physics. She earned her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School. Following law school, Sarah practiced patent litigation in the Boston office of Fish & Richardson, P.C. She has served as a clerk to Judge Donald C. Pogue of the U.S. Court of International Trade and to Judge Alan D. Lourie of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.