I am a civil litigation attorney based in the Los Angeles metro area. My primary area of practice is entertainment and intellectual property litigation where I have had the opportunity to work on a number of notable cases including an idea theft case involving the hit BBC America television series "Orphan Black", a trademark infringement case against R&B artist Chris Brown, and a right of publicity case involving Chris Soules of ABC's "The Bachelor". Prior to law school, I worked as a sports writer and web editor at Deseret Digital Media.
Relevant Coursework: Copyright, Trademark, Entertainment Law, Law and Practice with the Hollywood Guilds, Motion Picture Finance and Production, Litigating a Copyright Case, Reality TV and New Media Production and Distribution, Intro to Negotiations, Mediation.
Activities: Scott Moot Court Team, Entertainment and Sports Law Society, Certified Mediator - California Dispute Resolution Programs Act.
Activities: News and Sports section editor for weekly campus newspaper, tutor for public speaking courses.
Awards: Recipient of Newel K. Whitney Award for character, diligence, and pursuit of excellence.