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Elana Lerner Brockmann


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Elana focuses her practice on corporate transactions, including IPOs and mergers and acquisitions, and a broad range of general corporate matters.

Prior to completing her law degree, Elana worked as a Summer Associate at Mintz. In that role, she assisted with a broad range of corporate transactions for life sciences companies. She also served as a legal intern in the general counsel’s office of a nonprofit academic medical center in Boston. Her work in that position included conducting legal research related to health care, hospital operations, and health insurance and writing memoranda on telehealth policies.

In law school, Elana was a staff editor and a staff writer for the Boston College Intellectual Property & Technology Forum. She also served as a staff attorney for BC Law’s Community Enterprise Clinic and Defenders Lifer Parole Clinic and was recognized for Pro Bono Excellence as a Public Interest Designation Program Fellow for completing more than 100 hours of pro bono service before graduation.

Elana is a nationally certified occupational therapist. She wrote a doctoral thesis titled “Optimizing the Inclusion of Occupational and Physical Therapy Services in the Current Health Care Delivery Model at Boston Medical Center (BMC).”


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Law360 published an article written by Privacy & Cybersecurity Chair Cynthia Larose, and Associates Michael Katz and Elana Lerner Brockman, which analyzes the Florida Digital Bill of Rights.
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Author, Data Privacy Concerns Regarding COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps and Implications for the Field of Cybersecurity, Boston College Intellectual Property & Technology Forum (September 2021)

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