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Bebe Strnad focuses her practice on advertising, copyright, and trademark law.
While attending law school, Bebe worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2018. She also worked in-house on a legal team at a large tech company in Palo Alto, California where she worked on contract negotiations and IP counseling. Bebe served as President of the Stanford Law Association and Executive Director of Entertainment of the Stanford Entertainment and Sports Law Association.
Prior to launching her legal career, Bebe spent three years working in marketing, with particular emphasis on digital content, social media, and both paid and organic search. Bebe has managed marketing accounts for numerous Fortune 500 companies, including technology, e-commerce, home goods, small business, pet, and beauty brands. She also has experience consulting with and working for start-ups, including developing high-efficiency marketing plans for both pre- and post-launch.
Bebe is also an experienced creative writer, blogger, editor, and writing instructor.
Stanford Law School J.D. (2019) with pro bono distinction
Pratt Institute B.F.A. (2013) Writing, with highest honors
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
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