Kelsey Cloud is an associate in the firm’s trademark practice group, devoting her time to the drafting of trademark applications and other related tasks, including conducting trademark searches, and the drafting of trademark office action responses, letters of protest, cease and desist letters, and trademark agreements. Kelsey's experience extends to the negotiation, review, and drafting of intellectual property licenses, non-disclosure agreements, customer agreements, partner agreements, marketing agreements, and other commercial contracts.
Kelsey was a law clerk at COJK during her final year of law school. Prior to joining COJK, she was a legal intern at two Seattle-area software companies where she aided with business and commercial contract drafting and review, legal research, and trademark portfolio development and management, as well as ensuring company compliance with privacy, marketing, and intellectual property laws.
Kelsey graduated from the University of Washington School of Law, where she was the online editor of the Technology Law and Public Policy Clinic of the Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts in her final year. During law school, she was also a member of the Sports/Entertainment Law Association, where she served as vice president of entertainment; the Cyber Law Association of Washington, where she served as financial manager; the Women’s Law Caucus, and the Technology Law Society, where she was a 1L and 2L representative.