Allie Cohen is an associate in the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Allie's practice focuses on life sciences patent litigation. Allie has experience in various stages of litigation, including pre-suit analysis and strategy, discovery, and post-trial briefing. Allie has helped achieve successful outcomes for her clients in JAMS and AAA arbitration.
Allie has also been involved in several pro bono matters, including advocating for persons seeking asylum in the United States and advocating for victims of gender-based violence.
Co-Author with D. Tobey, “Medical Frontiers in AI Liability,” American Health Lawyers Association Connections, February 2020
Co-Author with M. Wolfner, “Dynamic Changes in Ejaculatory Bulb Size During D. Melanogaster Aging and Mating,” Journal of Insect Physiology, April 2018
Co-Author Avila, F., Ameerudeen, F., Duneau, D., Suresh, S., Mattei, A. and Wolfner, M., “Retention of Ejaculate by Drosophila Melanogaster Requires the Male-Derived Protein PEBme,” Genetics, August 2015
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2020New York
- University of Pennsylvania Law SchoolJ.D.2019James J Mandarino Award for Trial Advocacy
- Perelman School of Medicine at the University of PennsylvaniaM.B.E., Bioethics2019
- Cornell UniversityB.S., Biology and Societycum laude2016
with Distinction in Research
Rawlings Cornell Presidential Research Scholar