Alice Armitage is an Associate Professor at UC Hastings Law School. She is also Director of the Startup Legal Garage at UC Hastings, which is a year-long academic class that connects law students with leading attorneys to provide corporate and intellectual property work to early-stage startup companies. She is also involved in research for the Institute for Innovation Law on legal and other issues facing startup companies. Her early career included years at the DC law firm of Arnold & Porter and the Treasury Department, and she has taught as an adjunct at UCLA. More recently, Alice was founder and CEO of a mobile safety app startup and has provided consulting services to other startup companies.
Professor Armitage is a graduate of the Yale Law School where she was the first woman Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Law Journal. She also has an A.B. and an M.A. in British and American Literature from Brown University.