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Alex Weathersby focuses his practice on copyright and trademark law.
Prior to joining the firm, Alex clerked for the Honorable Leigh Martin May in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. There, he worked with the judge on cases involving dozens of substantive areas of law, including trademark, patent, copyright, and trade secret. Alex leverages his experience working on these matters from the judicial perspective to deliver value to the firm’s clients.
During law school, Alex worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2018 and interned for Judge May in 2017. At Georgia Law, Alex was co-Executive Notes Editor of the Georgia Law Review, an advocate in the National Moot Court Competition, and a research assistant for Professor Dan T. Coenen.
Prior to attending law school, Alex worked at a golf and ski resort in Big Sky, Montana.
University of Georgia B.B.A. in Finance and B.A. in English (2014) summa cum laude, Zell Miller Scholarship, Phi Beta Kappa
University of Georgia School of Law J.D. (2019) magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Order of the Barristers
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia - Honorable Leigh Martin May (Sep 2019-Sep 2021)
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