Kayla Blaker

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About Kayla

Kayla is an associate in the trademark, copyright and advertising group at Cooley. Her practice focuses on complex litigation, including trademark and copyright infringement disputes. She also provides counseling in the fields of trademark and copyright law. Kayla’s experience covers a wide range of technologies, products and industries, including software, artificial intelligence, fintech, video games, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.

While in law school, Kayla founded and served as president of the Harvard Law School Video Game Law Association. She was on the leadership board of the Harvard Law School Blockchain and Fintech Initiative, and she was part of the staff for the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. She also received the Dean’s Scholar Prize in the course: Governing Virtual Worlds.

During law school, Kayla worked as a law clerk in the Office of the General Counsel at the US Copyright Office. In that role, Kayla assisted the Office’s associate general counsel and other lawyers on matters involving fair use and the Music Modernization Act.


Harvard Law School
JD, 2021

Northern Arizona University
BS, 2016, Chemistry, magna cum laude