Bianca Eddy is developing her practice in complex commercial litigation, securities litigation, and intellectual property disputes. Bianca has an active pro bono practice, working on a wide variety of matters, including work for Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) and Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA).
While attending law school, Bianca was co-president of the Black Law Student Association and a note editor for the Journal of Science and Technology. During her third year of law school, Bianca provided legal counseling and assistance to MIT students with their innovation-related academic and extracurricular activities as a member of BU’s Technology and Cyberlaw Clinic. Prior to attending law school, Bianca was a paralegal in the Boston US Attorney’s Office, splitting time between the Cyber Crimes, Economic Crimes, and Major Crimes Units.