Rachel Friedman focuses her practice on trademark and copyright.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Friedman worked for Lionsgate Entertainment in Santa Monica, California where she drafted licensing and merchandising agreements and other corporate documents for its Marketing group and also researched and wrote memoranda on copyright infringement issues. Previously, Ms. Friedman was a legal intern at Keats McFarland & Wilson LLP in Beverly Hills, California (now known as the Los Angeles office of Kilpatrick Townsend).
While in law school, Ms. Friedman served as a Production Editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review and was a member of the Jessup International Law Moot Court team.
Prior to law school, Ms. Friedman worked as an assistant language teacher in Hiroshima, Japan as part of the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program (JET).
Loyola Law School Los Angeles, J.D. (2013)
University of California, Berkeley, B.A., Political Science and Mass Communication (2009) distinction in general scholarship
Los Angeles County Bar Association, Member
Beverly Hills Bar Association, Member
Cal Alumni Association, Member
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