Savannah is an associate in the firm’s Seattle office where she represents clients in all aspects of protecting and enforcing their intellectual property.
Her practice focuses on domestic and international trademarks, copyright, unfair competition, and licensing. Her previous professional experience in digital marketing and brand management enables her to identify gaps in protection and recommend creative solutions regarding her clients’ broader IP portfolio.
Savannah received her J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law, where she was Co-President of the Tech Law Society and Chief Submissions Editor on the Washington Journal for Law, Technology & Arts. In addition, she served as a Hazelton Fellow for Professor Ryan Calo, researching agricultural technologies and food system resilience. Lastly, she worked as a legal extern for the Federal Trade Commission, acquiring experience in consumer protection and competition law.