Georgetown University Law Center
(J.D., cum laude) – 2018

Georgetown University
(B.S. Physics and Government, summa cum laude)– 2015


Law Society of Ontario
North Dakota
The Solicitors Regulation Authority for England & Wales
United States Patent and Trademark Office


Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)

ABA Intellectual Property Law Section, Pro Bono Committee Vice Chair

Harrity Pro Bono “Give to Give” Program Chair


Alexander Zajac is a patent attorney specializing in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. His practice focuses on electrical and computer technologies, including telecommunications, computer networking and networking devices, computer hardware and software, encryption and security techniques, data analytics, business methods, semiconductors, and options.

Prior to joining Harrity & Harrity, LLP, he worked with an intellectual property (IP) law firm in Washington, DC, where he drafted and prosecuted patent applications as well as assisting with opinions and litigations. He also worked at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia with Magistrate Judge Alan Kay. While working at his former firm, Alexander attended Georgetown University Law Center.

Alexander completed two senior theses during his undergraduate studies at Georgetown University. The first, entitled Stability and electronic properties of two-dimensional MoS2-based alloys, earned him honors in Physics. The second, entitled Trends in self-reported confidence in early high school physics, was completed as part of an exclusive science pedagogy program at the university.

Alexander is also passionate about giving back. He current serves as Vice Chair for the American Bar Association Intellectual Property Law Section Pro Bono Committee, where he helps to organize pro bono work and resources throughout the organization. Alexander also chairs the Harrity Pro Bono Committee, providing free legal work for homeless veterans through the Homeless Persons Representation Project (HPRP).




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