Eliana Applebaum is an associate in the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP and focuses her practice on patent litigation and life sciences. She has several years of research experience in the life sciences field and has received several awards from her publication in this field. During law school, Eliana was a judicial intern for Judge Jane Roth on the Third Circuit in Philadelphia and a summer associate at Kirkland & Ellis.


Thought Leadership


Co-Author, "Dosing regimen patents scrutinized by the Federal Circuit," Westlaw Today, March 2022

Co-Author, “M. The Cytotoxic Effects of Titanium Oxide and Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles on Human Cervical Adenocarcinoma Cell Membranes,” Bulletin of the American Physical Society: APS, 58: 1, March 2013


2nd Place National Winner, Toshiba ExploraVision Competition, 2009–2010


Admissions & Qualifications

  • 2022, New York
  • Registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office


  • English
  • Hebrew


  • University of Pennsylvania Law SchoolJ.D.2021

    Senior Editor, University of Pennsylvania Law Review

    Honor's Designation, First Year Legal Practice Skills Course

    Dean's Scholarship Academic Award

    Teachers Assistant, University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2019–2021

  • Yeshiva University, Stern College for WomenB.A., Biology & Judaic Studieswith Honors2017

    The S. Daniel Abraham Honors Program

    The S. Daniel Abraham Honors Academic Scholarship

    Dean's List

    Study Abroad Jerusalem, Israel, 2013–2014

    Senior Honors Research Thesis, Research Assistant, Yeshiva University New York, 2015–2017