Kristina M. Grasso has been an adjunct professor with UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law teaching Patent Practice and Procedure 1 since 2007, both in the residential and online programs. She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Connecticut. She has worked in the intellectual property field for over 25 years and has been a practicing attorney for 17 years (12 as a solo practitioner).
She received her Juris Doctor from Pace University School of Law in May 2000. She has a Masters of Science in Biotechnology from Manhattan College in addition to a Bachelor of Science in Biology from College of Mount Saint Vincent.
Her practice focuses on both intellectual property and tax matters. In her leisure time, she enjoys traveling, learning guitar, cardio-kickboxing, hiking, reading, kayaking, camping, bowling, photography, and spoiling her pets.