Brittany Nobles, J.D.

Brittany leverages over seventeen years of investigative, legal, market, and scholarly research experience across a wide range of industries and institutions. Since joining Fish IP™ in 2015, Brittany has worked closely with the firm’s partners and senior attorneys in litigation, arbitration, and enforcement matters, and matters before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.

Brittany regularly works with clients and senior attorneys to register and enforce Fish IP’s clients’ copyrightable material and trademarks. Brittany also works on contractual matters from development, assignment, and licensing to arts related agreements for musicians and writers.

Brittany previously worked for a local biomedical engineering company and intellectual property law firm conducting research and drafting legal memoranda. During law school, Brittany interned with the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s Grant Writing Department.

Brittany earned her bachelor’s degree from UC Santa Cruz in History of Art and Visual Culture with a Concentration in Religion and Visual Culture, and in Politics. She earned her juris doctor and Certificate in Global Legal Studies from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she was a Research Assistant to Professors Deo and Tiefenbrun, and a Teaching Assistant for the school’s China study abroad program.

Brittany is a Founding Board Member of Filipino Lawyers of Orange County and recently passed the bar exam in the U.S Virgin Islands where her application to the bar is pending.

Outside the office, Brittany shoots archery and pool, and enjoys working on her own artwork.