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Victoria E. Ellis focuses her practice on copyright and trademark law, advising clients in a wide range of industries. Victoria handles all aspects of brand protection, enforcement, and monetization, including licensing and other related transactions. Victoria is experienced in global trademark counseling, including brand strategy, enforcement, and trademark infringement disputes. She also regularly counsels clients on a broad spectrum of copyright matters, including infringement, registration, and fair use issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Victoria was an intellectual property associate at a national law firm where she concentrated on trademark prosecution and enforcement, unfair competition, and copyright.
While attending Washington University School of Law, Victoria participated as a student attorney in its Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property Clinic where she assisted individuals with their intellectual property needs on a pro bono basis. Victoria also served as a legal intern in the Microenterprise Program at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri and as an in-house counsel intern at a chemical, life science, and biotechnology company located in St. Louis, Missouri.
University of California, Los Angeles B.A. (2015) Global Studies, Minor in Environmental Systems and Society
Washington University School of Law LL.M., Negotiation and Dispute Resolution (2018)
Washington University School of Law J.D. (2018)
District of Columbia (2021)
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