Evan St. Jean is an associate and intellectual property lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. His experience includes preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign patent applications in electronics and software areas, including MEMS devices, electric vehicles, artificial intelligence, financial services technology, video displays, battery technology, computer networking, medical devices, and telecommunications systems. He is a member of the firm’s Electronics Practice and the Technology and Automotive Industry Teams.
Evan was previously a senior technical specialist with Foley. Prior to joining Foley, Evan was a system integration and test engineer for Draper Laboratory, where he integrated custom test equipment hardware and software for use in the testing of inertial missile guidance systems. He also provided technical support to factory test engineers on all issues related to guidance system test equipment, developed documentation for integration procedures and software tools, and coordinated operational proofing of guidance system test equipment for selloff to NAVY customers.
Evan earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School (J.D., 2014), where he was the recipient of the Trustee Merit Scholarship and the Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional Law. Evan earned his undergraduate degree in electrical and computer engineering (B.S., 2008) from Lafayette College, where he was a Trustee Academic Scholar.
Evan is admitted to practice in Massachusetts.