Alexander “Alex” Bennett is an associate at Irwin IP whose practice focuses primarily on patent litigation in U.S. Federal District Courts. Alex’s practice includes litigation strategy, discovery management, and legal research for a wide variety of clients throughout the automotive and health industries. Alex’s passion for IP law originates from his work with both scientists and executives and his function as the liaison between the two.
Northern District of Illinois
Western District of Texas (Pro Hac Vice)
During law school, Alex competed in both the South Texas Mock Trial Competition and Buffalo-Niagara National Trial Competition placing quarterfinalist in both competitions. He plans to continue to specialize in both intellectual property and trial advocacy.
Before law school, Alex obtained a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Auburn University. During the pursuit of his undergraduate degree, Alex worked for a nylon manufacturer at a chemical plant in Pensacola, Florida handling a variety of engineering matters. After completion of his undergraduate degree, Alex worked for an automotive lubricant manufacturer and distributor in the Detroit, Michigan area. Alex’s work included working directly with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the Detroit, Michigan area.
Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D., 2022
Auburn University, B.S. in Chemical Engineering