David D'Amato

David D'Amato
My name is David D’Amato and I am currently a 2L here at Rutgers Law. I grew up in Bergen County before moving to Hoboken where I attended Stevens Institute of Technology and received my degree in mechanical engineering. I worked as an engineer for three years, helping to design and manufacture medical devices before enrolling at Rutgers Law. I plan to specialize in intellectual property law, specifically patent law, as well as corporate law. During the summer following my IL year, I worked for Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP in their corporate law department, assisting with mergers, acquisitions, venture capital investments and trademark filings. My goal is to one-day represent large technology companies in their intellectual property endeavors. I am currently the president of the Rutgers School of Law – Newark chapter of Phi Delta Phi, the oldest legal fraternity in North America, as well as a member of the Federalist Society. When I am not camped out in the library or attending meetings for student organizations, I like to workout, read, listen to music, and enjoy the occasional pint at McGovern’s.

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