Rose Cordero Prey joined Kenyon & Kenyon LLP as a summer associate in 2003 and returned in the fall of 2004 as an associate in the New York office. Ms. Prey’s practice focuses on patent litigation and licensing in the mechanical and electrical arts, and she has experience in both Federal District Courts and before the International Trade Commission.
Ms. Prey is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law and received her B.S. in Mathematics with a minor in Physics from Elon University.
While pursuing her undergraduate degree, Ms. Prey researched laser welding at the Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers at the University of Central Florida as part of a Research Experience for Undergraduates sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Ms. Prey also has experience as both an apprentice electrician and a mediator.
Throughout her academic career, Ms. Prey has been involved in many pro-bono activities, which include her role as Guardian ad Litem, mediator, and member of the Craven Bench of the Holderness Moot Court Bench. Ms. Prey has also participated in the pro bono practice at Kenyon, including a capital appeal through the ABA Death Penalty Representation Project and the Office of the Capital Defender in Northern Virginia.