Andrea Casillas is a 2010 graduate New York Law School. Andrea holds a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry from Arizona State University. In 2010, Andrea, was named Director of Peer To Patent and Assistant Director for CPI. As Director, she has presented at Innovate / Activate, Pace Law School and participated at the Peer Review Prior Art Roundtable at WIPO headquarters in Geneva. Additionally, she taught the Peer To Patent Project Based Learning Course and assisted teaching the Expertnet and Innovate / Active Tech Law Labs.
Andrea can be reached at andrea [dot] casillas [at] law [dot] nyls [dot] edu.
Christopher Wong is a 2008 graduate of New York Law School. Prior to graduating, Chris was a student research fellow at NYLS's Institute for Information Law & Policy. As a student research fellow, Chris served as the project manager of the IILP's historic Peer-to-Patent project, a role he continues in as part of his work as Postgraduate Fellow. Chris is also leading research on the CPI's new Open Patent project exploring the tagging and visualization of patent information. Additionally, Chris was named a Visiting Fellow at Yale Law School's Information Society Project for the 2009-2010 academic year.
Chris holds a BSBA in Information Technology from the University of Denver. He can be reached at christopher [dot] wong [at] law [dot] nyls [edu].