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Camden Minervino focuses her practice on copyright, trademark, and advertising law.
While attending law school, Camden worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2016 and 2017 in its trademark and copyright practice. She was Junior Editor of the Harvard Law and Policy Review.
Prior to launching her legal career, Camden worked in Seattle, Washington as a Marketing Consultant at a revenue growth firm, a Marketing Intern at an advertising and marketing agency, and a Brand Ambassador for a producer of nonalcoholic beverages.
While attending Stanford University, Camden was Associate Editor of the Stanford Undergraduate Research Journal, as well as a research assistant and teaching assistant in the Department of Psychology. She also studied abnormal psychology abroad at the University of Oxford in Oxford, United Kingdom during the fall of 2011.
Harvard Law School J.D. (2019)
Stanford University B.A. (2013) Psychology
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
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