Cecina Crabtree is a law clerk at COJK working with the firm’s litigation and trademark practice groups, devoting her time to pretrial preparation and to the drafting of trademark applications. Her experience includes drafting discovery requests and responses, legal research, document review, conducting searches for new trademark applications, drafting new trademark applications, and drafting trademark office action responses. Cecina's litigation experience extends to experiential learning opportunities with Pierce and King County judges in pretrial and trial advocacy.
Prior to entering law school, Cecina was a legal intern with the District Attorney’s Office in Athens-Clarke County and a foreign patent paralegal with Thomas Horstemeyer LLP. She is currently enrolled at Seattle University School of Law as a 3L law student. Cecina received her bachelor’s degree in political science with a minor in sociology from the University of Georgia. While in law school, Cecina has been a member of the Womxn’s Law Caucus, Phi Alpha Delta, and Future Prosecutors for Social Justice. She was also awarded the Presidential Law Scholarship throughout her studies at Seattle University School of Law.