Elliot focuses his practice in the areas of business litigation, complex torts, intellectual property, and professional liability. Elliot is passionate about helping clients understand the litigation process and its forever-changing landscape.
Elliot earned his J.D. from the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. Outside of his legal studies, Elliot served as President of the Student Intellectual Property Law Association and Editor of the Cybaris Law Review. He gained hands-on experience representing clients in the courtroom as a Student Certified Attorney for the 9th Judicial District’s Public Defender’s Office in Brainerd, Minnesota, and as a Limited Recognized Practitioner at the Intellectual Property Law Clinic in St. Paul. At the Clinic, Elliot represented clients in the patent prosecution process with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Elliot received his undergraduate degree in Neurobiology and Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Before going to law school, Elliot worked as a university medical lab research assistant and a medical device representative for a Fortune 500 company. Elliot’s education and industry experience in labs, clinics, and operating rooms offers him an in-depth understanding of clients’ needs, giving him a competitive edge throughout the litigation process.
Elliot’s hobbies include hockey, golf, and photography. He also enjoys camping, hunting, and fishing.
Mitchell Hamline School of Law, J.D.
President, Student IP Law Association
Editor, Cybaris Law Review
Fighting Eelpout Hockey Team
University of Wisconsin – Madison, B.S., Biology with a Neurobiology option, Philosophy
Minnesota; U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
Minnesota State Bar Association
Author, “When AI Becomes the Standard,” For the Defense, DRI (September 2023), exploring the present and prospective legal ramifications of artificial intelligence and machine learning applications in the context of medical liability. View the article here.
Co-Author, “Top Secret? Really?: Addressing Breaches of the Attorneys’ Eyes Only Designation,” Ramsey County Bar Association. View the article here.