Inquisitive, focused and prepared to tackle intellectual property challenges, Corrine Conway is an intellectual property associate who advocates for and helps protect clients’ assets. Well-versed in legal research and trademark and copyright matters, she can assess and deliberate on a wide array of IP issues facing clients in the ever-expanding intellectual property realm.
Corrine helps clients as they bring innovations and products to market and have a need to protect their intellectual property assets.
Her experience in the University of Illinois College of Law trademark clinic, as well as her background in anthropology, equip her with a unique perspective on the importance of symbolism in trademark and copyright contexts.
Prior to joining the firm full-time, Corrine was a summer associate in the Chicago office. She assisted with trademark enforcement and copyright and trademark research, and drafted memoranda and trial documents for IP and corporate litigation matters.
Corrine also gained experience as a legal intern for Legal Action of Wisconsin’s Volunteer Lawyer Project. She conducted client intake procedures, guided clients through consumer rights claims, assisted clients facing housing challenges, and assisted attorneys with daily operations.