Courtney Covert focuses her practice on copyright and trademark law.
While attending Emory University School of Law, Courtney worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2018 and 2019. She served as a legal intern at a leading producer of flat-rolled aluminum products and world's largest recycler of aluminum in its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia where Courtney researched compliance matters for its environmental and antitrust teams, drafted memoranda on findings, and reviewed and edited standard form contract language surrounding intellectual property matters.
Prior to launching her legal career, Courtney was a Quality Assurance Software Engineer at a web-based event management and ticketing website service in Nashville, Tennessee where she analyzed problems within its code base and managed cycle planning for development teams. Previously, Courtney was a fulltime intern at a public relations firm in Franklin, Tennessee where she coordinated media opportunities and wrote press releases and newsletters for clients.
Courtney has limited working knowledge of Spanish and Portuguese.
Emory University School of Law J.D. (2020)
Belmont University B.A. (2013) Public Relations and Marketing, magna cum laude, Dean’s List
American Bar Association, Member
Brookhaven Presbyterian Church, Leadership Team
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