Evan Mann joined Ropes & Gray's intellectual property litigation group in 2018. During law school, Evan worked on the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology; he edited articles addressing the democratization of privacy, the international development application program interface (API) copyrightability, and reasonable royalties under the U.S. Patent Act. Evan also served as a Teaching Fellow and then Head Teaching Fellow for CopyrightX, a MOOC run by Harvard Law School that teaches U.S. copyright law to students from around the world.
Prior to law school, Evan earned degrees in philosophy and chemical engineering. He also spent several years in a physical chemistry lab researching an interface commonly found in organic photovoltaics.
- James M. Lownsbury, James C. Sharp, Evan J.Mann, and Charles T. Campbell, Calcium Thin Film Growth on Phenyl-C61-Butyric Acid Methyl Ester (PCBM): Interface Structure and Energetics, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2015.
- JD, cum laude, Harvard Law School, 2018; Article Editor, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology
- BA (Philosophy), magna cum laude, University of Washington, 2015; with College Honors
- BS (Chemical Engineering), magna cum laude, University of Washington, 2015; with Interdisciplinary Honors