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Theodore J. Angelis, Theodore J.

Theodore J. Angelis

K&L Gates LLP
Seattle, WA
(206) 370-8101


  • J.D., Yale Law School (1999) Articles Editor Yale Law Journal, Managing Editor Yale Law & Policy Review Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition, Best Oralist
  • M.Sc., Oxford University (1996) Comparative Social Research, Marshall Scholar
  • M.Sc., London School of Economics and Political Science (1995) (economics) Public Policy, Marshall Scholar
  • B.A., Claremont McKenna College (1994) summa cum laude (government/psychology), Phi Beta Kappa, Student Body President

Professional Experience

Theodore J. (“Theo“) Angelis is a trial lawyer whose practice focuses on cyber and technology law and intellectual property litigation with an additional emphasis on constitutional law and appellate matters. Theo represents clients in high profile litigation and provides counseling advice to clients regarding pending legislation and certain privacy statutes. He consults with clients regarding all types of cyberlaw issues and the use and misuse of intellectual property online. Topics of recent consultations and lawsuits include e–mail marketing, illegal spam, spyware, digital trespass, privacy for digital communications, and domain cybersquatting. Theo has also worked with federal, state, and international governmental agencies in the battle against spam and other internet misconduct. He has given presentations and speeches on the litigation challenges inherent in seeking to protect computer systems and intellectual property.

Theo is active in the bar and his community. He is the editor of the Washington Lawyer’s Practice Manual, a comprehensive reference work whose profits are used to fund the King County Bar Association’s Neighborhood Legal Clinics. Theo spends significant time on pro–bono matters. Recent pro–bono clients include the Washington State Bar Association, an asylum–seeker, and a homeless Seattle resident involved in an automobile accident. He is also extremely active in the Greek community in Seattle.

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