Caroline joined Moyles IP, LLC in March 2019. Her practice is dedicated equally to trademark and patent matters, including trademark prosecution and advising clients on how best to enforce their trademark rights, as well as domestic and international patent preparation and prosecution with expertise in the mechanical arts.
Prior to joining Moyles IP, Caroline began building the foundation of her IP practice at a firm in Washington, DC, where she clerked throughout law school and worked as an attorney after being admitted to practice in the state of Maryland in 2017.
In law school, Caroline was the Editor-in-Chief of the Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology and co-President of the Students for Public Interest Law, a student group that organizes and participates in numerous community service and pro bono activities geared towards providing legal services in the public interest sector.
Outside of work, Caroline enjoys gardening, hiking with her dog, and improving her golf swing.
Education: The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, JD (2017) University of Maryland, B.S. Food Science, B.A. Spanish (2013)
Bar Admissions: Maryland (2017); Connecticut (2019); U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2018)
Memberships: International Trademark Association
Publications: “How Many Likes Did It Get? Using Social Media Metrics to Establish Trademark Rights” 25 Cath. U. J. L. & Tech (2017).