Corrin Drakulich is a Principal at Fish & Richardson, the premier intellectual property law firm in the country. As a trial lawyer specializing in patent litigation, Corrin has successfully represented plaintiffs and defendants in patent cases spanning a wide range of technologies, including medical devices, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, healthcare technology, automotive technology, manufacturing technology, and consumer products. Corrin recently received the “Women Worth Watching” award by the national Profiles in Diversity Journal and was recognized by the local Daily Report as one of 30 young lawyers “On the Rise.”
In addition to her patent practice, Corrin volunteers with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, representing survivors of domestic violence in hearings to obtain protective orders to shield their families from future violence.
Corrin is committed to diversity and inclusion in the legal profession and beyond. She is a Fellow of the national Leadership Council on Legal Diversity and is also heavily involved in Fish’s EMPOWER program aimed at recruitment, retention and advancement of women in law.
Corrin earned her law degree from the University of California, Berkeley, where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. Prior to law school, she graduated first in her class from the University of Georgia, receiving a BS in Microbiology and a BA in Comparative Religion. She was awarded Academic All-American honors as a pole-vaulter on the UGA track and field team and, upon graduating, was the 2004 recipient of the NCAA Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship (awarded to the top collegiate scholar-athlete in the country).