Hope Glembo, Associate

Houston, TX

O: (360) 909-3131

Leveraging a love for life sciences and engineering

Hope Glembo is an attorney in the firm’s Houston office whose life science and engineering background provides a unique perspective to her work with clients. From artificial intelligence and semiconductors to biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, she protects her clients’ IP by preparing, prosecuting and litigating patents across a variety of sectors. She has also worked on matters involving multinational technology companies, global automotive manufacturers and medical device clients.

While pursuing her undergraduate degree in marine biology, Hope conducted research on the battery efficiency of marine mammal tags. While she remains passionate about ocean life, she pursued law school to protect the blood, sweat and tears of innovation that many creators invest in their scientific work.

A joyful, smart attorney with grit

Hope is a meticulous lawyer who is quick to listen and problem-solve when presented with a new client matter. She loves discovering new technologies and is a lifelong learner, combining her cross-disciplinary skills in biological science and engineering with her strong interpersonal acuity to best serve clients.

Hope received her Bachelor of Science in marine biology from the University of California at San Diego, a Bachelor of Science in engineering from Arizona State University and an engineering certificate from the University of Glasgow. She earned a graduate certificate in management science and engineering from Stanford and her J.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles.

While in law school, Hope completed pro bono work at a patent clinic, helping inventors file patent applications, as well as at a disability clinic to help students in need of individualized educational plans. Hope enjoys finding ways to give back to her community with her skills and plans to continue her pro bono work.

Outside the office, Hope is an Annual Passholder at Disneyland and enjoys spending her time at the park. She also enjoys biking on her Peloton and spending time with her dog.

Education

  • J.D., University of California at Los Angeles, 2023
  • G. Cert., Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University, 2022
  • B.S.E., Electrical Engineering, Arizona State University, 2020
  • B.S., Marine Biology, University of California at San Diego, 2018
  • E. Cert., Engineering, University of Glasgow, 2014

Bar Admissions

  • The State Bar of California

Leveraging a love for life sciences and engineering

Hope Glembo is an attorney in the firm’s Houston office whose life science and engineering background provides a unique perspective to her work with clients. From artificial intelligence and semiconductors to biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, she protects her clients’ IP by preparing, prosecuting and litigating patents across a variety of sectors. She has also worked on matters involving multinational technology companies, global automotive manufacturers and medical device clients.

While pursuing her undergraduate degree in marine biology, Hope conducted research on the battery efficiency of marine mammal tags. While she remains passionate about ocean life, she pursued law school to protect the blood, sweat and tears of innovation that many creators invest in their scientific work.

A joyful, smart attorney with grit

Hope is a meticulous lawyer who is quick to listen and problem-solve when presented with a new client matter. She loves discovering new technologies and is a lifelong learner, combining her cross-disciplinary skills in biological science and engineering with her strong interpersonal acuity to best serve clients.

Hope received her Bachelor of Science in marine biology from the University of California at San Diego, a Bachelor of Science in engineering from Arizona State University and an engineering certificate from the University of Glasgow. She earned a graduate certificate in management science and engineering from Stanford and her J.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles.

While in law school, Hope completed pro bono work at a patent clinic, helping inventors file patent applications, as well as at a disability clinic to help students in need of individualized educational plans. Hope enjoys finding ways to give back to her community with her skills and plans to continue her pro bono work.

Outside the office, Hope is an Annual Passholder at Disneyland and enjoys spending her time at the park. She also enjoys biking on her Peloton and spending time with her dog.




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