Ellen Scordino is a trial lawyer focusing on patent and trade secret litigation. She counsels clients in the pharmaceuticals, biologics, cannabis, diagnostics, biofuels, and medical device industries and has clients in a wide range of other patent an general commercial matters in courts across the country and in arbitrations.
Scordino’s pro bono legal matters focus on access to justice and include the successful representation of battered women seeking custody, support and restraining orders in family court. Scordino has also successfully represented asylum seekers and juveniles before the Department of Homeland Security and in immigration court.
Joining the board of the College Axis Project allows Scordino, a mom to two teenagers, to bring her interest in assisting others with access to resources and specifically secondary education – something she values as a first generation American and first generation college graduate.