Matthew Wilkerson, Summer Associate
Matt Wilkerson is a summer associate with SpencePC. He earned his undergraduate degree from Bucknell University in Biology. While at Bucknell, his studies were focused on virology, micro biodiversity, and genetics. Mr. Wilkerson earned his graduate degree from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law. While at Northwestern, Mr. Wilkerson worked on a medical device startup, Stage.5, developing technology for early detection of pressure ulcers.
Mr. Wilkerson currently attends law school at the University of Iowa College of Law. He serves as the President of the Iowa Intellectual Property Law Society as well as Treasurer of the Veterans Legal Association. Mr. Wilkerson’s article “International [Dis]harmony: Solving Legal Uncertainty in Extraterritorial Patent Infringement Suits” will be published in the University of Iowa College of Law’s Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems journal in Fall of 2019.
Prior to law school, Mr. Wilkerson gained valuable experience working at UI LABS, a manufacturing research and development consortium, and as a co-founder of a medical device startup, Stage.5. He has also developed strategic planning and problem-solving skills while serving and an operations officer for the United States Army, both stateside and abroad.
Andrew Spitzer, Summer Intern
Andrew Spitzer is a summer intern with SpencePC. He is passionate about Intellectual Property litigation and serving clients in all areas of law.
Andrew is a rising second-year student at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. At Northwestern, Andrew is a member of Moot Court Society where he participated in the AIPLA Giles Rich Moot Court Competition, advancing to the final round and earning Best Oralist for the Midwest Region. Andrew is also the Treasurer for both the Intellectual Property Law Society and Habeas Chorus acapella group. Lastly, Andrew is a provisional member of the Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property.
Andrew graduated magna cum laude in 2018 from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. While at Notre Dame, he was a member of the Glee Club, Pre-Law Society, Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society, and was actively involved in peer tutoring and many volunteer programs.