Associate Professor of Law
- JD, Stanford Law School
- MS, Standford University
- BSE, Duke University (summa cum laude)
Amy Motomura joined the Loyola Law School faculty in 2020. Her scholarly interests focus on patent law’s role in innovation and on the design of patent law institutions. Before coming to Loyola, Professor Motomura was a fellow at Stanford Law School in the Center for Law & the Biosciences and the Stanford Program in Neuroscience & Society, and she practiced as a patent attorney at Morrison & Foerster LLP and Cooley LLP. She continues to serve as special counsel at Cooley LLP and is a member of the state bars of California and Washington.
- Patient Perceptions in a Nonblinded Randomized Trial of Radiation Therapy Technologies: A Novel Survey Study Exploring Therapeutic Misconception
- Federal Circuit Deference: Two Regimes in Conflict
- Rethinking Administrative Law’s Chenery Doctrine: Lessons from Patent Appeals at the Federal Circuit
- The American Jury: Can Noncitizens Still Be Excluded?
- Investigation of the Effects of Treatment Planning Variables in Small Animal Radiotherapy Dose Distributions
- Sex Differences in Attainment of Independent Funding by Career Development Awardees
- Under-Representation of Women in High-Impact Published Clinical Cancer Research
- Frequency, Nature, Effects, and Correlates of Conflicts of Interest in Published Clinical Cancer Research