Hollie focuses on trademark prosecution and intellectual property enforcement. Her background working as a test engineer and project manager at an international tech company has allowed her to thrivein the legal field where she has worked at intellectual property boutiques as well as ran a successful solo practice. Hollie is experienced in a broad range of areas including business and brand development, semiconductor design, circuit analysis, and electrical and computer-implemented methods and systems.
Hollie earned her Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, in San Diego, CA, Cum Laude, where she was an Intellectual Property Fellow. While at Thomas Jefferson, Hollie served as Vice Chair of the Moot Court Honor Society and worked in the school’s Patent Clinic as a USPTO limited practitioner.
Hollie earned her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, in San Luis Obispo, CA, where she won an award for her Outstanding Senior Project and was an active member of the Electric Vehicle Engineering Club, the Power and Energy Society, and the Society of Women Engineers.
2019 San Diego IPLA Mark Markman Competition hosted by the US District Court for the Southern District of California – 1st Place Team and 1st Place Individual
Prior to entering the legal field, Hollie was a Professional Rodeo Queen and was the 2008 National Cutting Horse Association 10,000 Amateur World Champion. Currently she competes on the professional rodeo circuit as a barrel racer and breakaway roper.
J.D., Thomas Jefferson Law School
B.S., Electrical Engineering, California Polytechnic State University
Supreme Court of California