Oby Nwodoh is a technical advisor in the firm's intellectual property litigation group. She was previously a corporate paralegal at the firm, where she delved into a wide array of client matters related to private capital transactions, asset management, health care transactions and more.
Prior to joining the firm, Oby worked as a software developer for multiple government contractors, where she created important tools tailored for military personnel, and as a data analyst, where she helped develop processes of analyzing and representing big data. She received a B.S. in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology during which she completed internships at a Boston legal aid firm and a national civil rights firm. Her advocacy has continued at the firm, where she has been involved in several pro bono cases and diversity initiatives.
- Featured, “The laws of physics and the physics of law,” MIT News (September 2, 2021)*
- SB, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2021; Treasurer, MIT Pre-Law Association