Daniela Caro-Esposito works in both litigation and patent prosecution. Her background in science piqued her interest in the field of Intellectual Property, and her exposure to the area in law school motivated her to earn a concentration in Intellectual Property Law along with her law degree. She became dedicated to her Intellectual Property courses and was chosen to receive the Award of Excellence in Intellectual Property Law in her graduating class.
Daniela also devoted much of her time in law school to hands on experience in various facets of the legal profession, making her well-rounded in her abilities. In her first year, she worked as a Research Assistant to Professor David Opderbeck, Co-Director of the Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology at Seton Hall University School of Law. Concurrently, she interned in the legal department of a corporation where she worked closely with in-house attorneys in litigation, employment law, and compliance. With a team, she presented a solution to an industry problem to members of the Board of Directors and Executive Team. Daniela was also a legal intern with the New Jersey Attorney General, where she worked in the Cybersecurity and Internet Privacy Sector. In her final year of law school, Daniela was a student advocate in her school’s Civil Litigation Clinic where she did various pro bono work for clients unable to afford representation.
After law school, Daniela served as a law clerk to the Honorable Owen C. McCarthy, J.S.C. Her experience as a law clerk honed her research skills and gave her invaluable insight into the inner workings of the judicial system. During her clerkship, Daniela received training in negotiation and settlement, and implemented that training as a small claims mediator.
Through Daniela’s studies and hands on experience, she has cultivated the ability to work collaboratively with others and problem solve, making her an effective advocate.