Editor-in-Chief: Chelsea Feagle
Chelsea is a native of Atlanta, Georgia and a proud Double Dawg. After graduating from the University of Georgia with degrees in English and Classical Culture, she took a gap-year to clerk at a small plaintiff’s firm specializing in consumer protection. She finds fostering a sense of community and common purpose among members of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law to be the most rewarding part of her experience. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, watching classic films, and writing short fiction. Following her graduation from law school, she plans to return to Atlanta to pursue a career in consumer protection litigation.
Executive Notes Editor: Shivani Patel
Shivani is originally from Atlanta, Georgia. She attended the University of Georgia for undergrad, and double-majored in Public Relations and Linguistics with a minor in Spanish. Shivani loves being able to work with students on their notes and seeing what they what new and creative topics they will come up with to add to the academic discourse. Following graduation, Shivani hopes to move to Texas to pursue a career in-house.
Senior Notes Editor: John Hawkins
John Dustin (“J.D.”) is originally from the small town of Madison, Georgia. He attended the University of Georgia for undergrad, and graduated with a degree in Finance in 2015. He loves being a part of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law because it gives him an opportunity to meet new people whom he otherwise might not had the chance to meet in his classes. Following graduation, he plans to work as a tax and wealth planning attorney in Macon, Georgia.
Executive Articles Editor: Bryce Bailey
Bryce grew up in Savannah, Georgia and attended undergrad at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Prior to coming to law school, Bryce briefly worked in both engineering roles and legal roles in Atlanta. After graduation, Bryce will begin working as a summer associate at Baker McKenzie in Dallas, Texas, where he will be working in their IP division. Bryce loves technology and the law, as evidenced by his study of electrical engineering prior to law school, and the Journal of Intellectual Property Law has allowed him to immerse himself in both passions during his time here at the University of Georgia School of Law.”
Senior Articles Editor: Jonathan Spratling
Jonathan Spratling is originally from Rome, Georgia. Before coming to law school, he studied Political Science at the University of Hamburg in Germany. His favorite part of being a member of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law is getting to deal with cutting-edge issues while still keep it fun and light-hearted. After graduation, he intends to pursue employment law in a small-firm environment.
Executive Online Editor: Luke V. Boggs
A lifelong Georgian and first generation college student, Luke is working to be a quadruple Dawg having graduated from UGA with a double major in History and Political Science and now seeking his JD/MPA.
Senior Online Editor: Robert Poston
A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Rob attended UNC-Chapel Hill where he majored in Public Policy and Media & Journalism. In his free time, Rob works as a sports/event photographer. He is currently working in-house with the University of Georgia football team and takes on additional freelance work across the Southeast. Rob’s favorite thing about the Journal of Intellectual Property Law is how each note and article sheds more light on the intellectual property interests at stake in world with rapidly growing industries. Following graduation in May, Rob hopes to pursue work in the media law field.
Senior Online Editor: Reed Turry
As a fourth-generation University of Georgia alumnus, it was a lifelong dream of Reed’s to attend the University of Georgia for both undergrad and law school. As an undergraduate, he majored in Marketing and International Business with a minor in Spanish and a Certificate in Legal Studies. In addition to serving on the Journal of Intellectual Property Law’s Executive Board, he has also served as the Law School Representative on the University Council and is President of the Jewish Law Students Association. He currently works part-time as a law clerk for an Atlanta litigation firm.
Executive Editor: Charles Hicks
Charles Hicks is originally from the rural town of Pembroke, Georgia. He earned degrees in Journalism and Anthropology while attending the University of Georgia for undergrad. As a law student, he has served as a research assistant to Professor Mehrsa Baradaran, who specializes in banking law. He is excited to work as the Executive Editor of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law this year. After graduation, he plans to work as an associate at Hunter Maclean in Savannah, Georgia.
Managing Editor: Elizabeth Moore
Elizabeth (“Liz”) was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. When it came time for her to go to college, she went just an hour down the road to the University of Alabama. As an undergraduate, she majored in Economics with a concentration in Finance. The thing she loves most about being a part of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law is being surrounded by talented writers and driven members of the law school community. After graduation, she plans to move back to Birmingham to work in the Corporate and Tax practice group at Burr & Forman.