Cafecito Time Session 4: Becoming a Trademark Attorney
I sat down with trademark attorney Taylor Tieman from California to speak about how she came to practice trademark law, managed stress while studying to take the California Bar Exam, managing her own law firm, and I asked her for tips about narrowing down what law students would like to practice. - Cindy
About our Guest:
Taylor is a California-licensed attorney whose law practice is centered around helping small businesses and entrepreneurs to protect their brand, products, services, and content.
She attended Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, one of the most diverse law schools in the nation. As the first lawyer in her family, Taylor sought out the supportive community of the Latino Law Students Association at Southwestern, where she eventually was named president. She is currently a member of the Latina Lawyers Bar Association and focuses her attention on mentoring incoming and current Latina law students.
Taylor has a background in consumer protection law but saw that she could better serve her fellow Jefas by sharing her legal knowledge and personal successes and struggles. Taylor specifically loves counseling and supporting Latina-owned businesses by sharing her experiences as a fellow Latina business owner.