Jamie Raju focuses on intellectual property law across a variety of technical fields, with a particular emphasis in the life science disciplines. She uses her electrical engineering degree and years of medical school training and research experience to help clients build and manage their IP portfolios based on highly technical and complex inventions involving artificial intelligence (e.g., AI-based diagnostics, AI-based treatment development/management, AI-based disease management, etc.) as well as other software-based approaches in various related fields including, for example, precision medicine, digital health, bioinformatics, and computational biology. She also has significant experience working with medical devices and various software, electrical, mechanical, and electromechanical inventions outside the life sciences sector.
Additionally, Jamie assists clients with a variety of intellectual property litigation matters, inter partes review matters, and diligence matters.
- The Honorable Barbara M.G. Lynn American Inn of Court, Pupil, 2015-2016
- Dallas Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section
- Featured as an attorney on the Lawyers of Color 2022 Hot List, recognizing early- to mid-career attorneys of color who are excelling in the legal profession.
- Recognized as a "Legal Lion" by Law360 for a defense victory in an intellectual property trial in the Eastern District of Texas, 2019
J.D., Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, 2017, cum laude
B.S.E.E., Tulane University, 2004, magna cum laude, C.W. Ricker Award (highest scholastic achievement in electrical engineering)
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
Lawyers of Color has named Haynes and Boone, LLP Associate Jamie Raju to its 2022 Hot List, which recognizes early- to mid-career attorneys of color who are excelling in the legal profession. Jamie is an Intellectual Property (IP) lawyer based in Dallas. Lawyers of Color is a nonprofit devoted to promoting diversity in the legal profession and advancing democracy and equality in marginalized comm [...]