Caroline Carroll focuses her practice on trademark and copyright law, with expertise in video game development, publishing, esports, merchandising, brand protection, and music licensing. Being an artist herself, Caroline is passionate about ensuring the protection of intellectual and artistic pursuits. Caroline has managed trademark portfolios for the world's foremost fashion and digital entertainment brands, and has secured hundreds of trademark registrations worldwide.
Prior to joining the firm, Caroline worked as an associate at a leading law firm focused in digital entertainment in Los Angeles, California where she managed trademark portfolios and performed trademark clearance searches, consultation, filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and enforcement. Caroline also provided a wide range of copyright services in the form of fair use consultation, Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) enforcement, and prospective infringement claim analyses.
While attending law school, Caroline was a Sappern Fellow in the New Haven Superior Court in New Haven, Connecticut where she assisted pro-se litigants in filing paperwork for restraining orders and divorce cases with the court. Caroline also served as Executive Managing Editor of the Quinnipiac Law Review and was named Best Overall Advocate in the 2018 New York Law School Intellectual Property Negotiation Competition.
Quinnipiac University School of Law J.D. (2019) magna cum laude, Distinguished Academic Achievement Award, Outstanding Legal Scholarship
University of Massachusetts Amherst (2016) B.A., Sociology, Criminal Concentration, Minor in Studio Art and Psychology, cum laude
New York (2022)
Superior Court of Connecticut (2019)
Quinnipiac University School of Law, LAWS250: The Song Remains the Same: The (Allegedly) Infringing History of Led Zeppelin, Co-Professor (Spring 2021)
Esports Bar Association, Diversity Committee Member
Connecticut Bar Association, Member
Video Game Bar Association, Member
National Lawyers Guild, Member
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