Insights: News Releases Calla Yee Joins Kilpatrick Townsend in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (October 13) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the addition of Calla Yee to the firm’s San Francisco office as an associate in the Trademark and Copyright Team in the firm’s internationally recognized Intellectual Property Department.
Ms. Yee focuses her practice on trademark and copyright law. She earned her J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law where she obtained an Intellectual Property & Technology Law Certificate with Honors. While attending law school, Ms. Yee served as a Literary Editor of the Maritime Law Journal, as a member of the University of San Francisco Law Review, and as an advocate and Board Member of the University of San Francisco Moot Court program. As an advocate, she was a member of the first place team at the 2015 Western Regional Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition. Ms. Yee received her B.A. in Political Science, Minor in Economics, from Colgate University.
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