Baylor University School of Law, JD
Texas A&M University, Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering
Admitted to Practice:
US Patent and Trademark Office
Since discovering intellectual property law in eighth grade, Chloe set her sights on becoming a patent attorney. As Chloe explains, “I’ve always enjoyed math and science but was also told that I would make a great lawyer. So, it seemed like fate when I learned that there was a career that meshed both of my strengths.”
While studying electrical engineering at Texas A&M, Chloe was a research assistant at the university’s Cyclotron Institute and an IT technician in the engineering department. Chloe notes, “I think my experience in research and IT helped me develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills that have been invaluable in my practice as a patent attorney. I try to analyze problems from all viewpoints to find the most efficient and beneficial resolution for our clients.”
Chloe’s practice focuses on preparation and prosecution of patents and trademarks. Chloe has experience in a variety of technologies, including semiconductors, analog-to-digital conversion, wireless communications, and machine learning.
In her free time, Chloe enjoys camping, playing volleyball, and walking her dog.
An Analysis of Commil: What the Court Failed to Consider, 72 Baylor L. Rev. 3 (2020)