Robin R. Loporchio *
Lecturer on Law
JD New England Law, BS Electrical Engineering, Villanova University
Robin R. Loporchio has over 30 years of experience in the field of intellectual property law. Upon graduating from Villanova University, Robin became a patent examiner at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, where she ruled on patent applications in the field of surgery and diagnostics. Later, Robin attended New England Law in the evening program while working as a patent agent at Lorusso and Loud, a small patent and trademark boutique firm. Upon graduation from New England Law, Robin was an intellectual property associate at Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, a large corporate law firm that specialized in high tech startup companies. There, she handled many diverse patent and trademark client portfolios while also dabbling in patent litigation as well as mergers and acquisitions matters. Robin later left private practice to become a corporate IP counsel at Raytheon Technologies Corporation (formerly Raytheon Company), initially handling all IP matters for its Command, Control and Communications business. She moved into various corporate IP roles within the company, handling such clients as engineering, contracts, corporate communications, IT, security, and ethics, eventually heading up the intellectual property licensing function for the entire enterprise as the Chief IP Transactions Counsel. Robin has served on the Dean’s Advisory Board for Villanova University’s College of Engineering, the Headmaster’s Advisory Board for Lawrence Academy, and the Board of Big Sister.