Brittany Nobles, Esq.
Brittany is an associate attorney whose extensive research skills and experience make her a valuable asset to Fish IP and its clients.
Through her creative and detail-oriented approach to research and analysis, Brittany provides effective solutions and drafting in prosecution and transactional matters, litigation, enforcement, and matters before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. As a result, Brittany works heavily on motion drafting and addressing nuanced legal research issues for the firm’s litigation practice. In addition, Brittany leverages her background in the arts to help clients navigate copyright and trademark issues.
Brittany earned her bachelor’s degree from UC Santa Cruz where she completed majors in History of Art and Visual Culture with a Concentration in Religion and Visual Culture, and in Politics. While at UC Santa Cruz, Brittany also completed a minor in Sociology and studied Arabic, French, Biblical Hebrew, and Middle Egyptian Hieroglyphs.
Brittany earned her law degree and Certificate in Global Legal Studies from Thomas Jefferson School of Law where she also worked as a Research Assistant to two professors. During law school, Brittany interned with the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s Grant Writing Department and completed coursework in International Law and Art Business through Sotheby’s Institute of Art.
Brittany is admitted to practice in California and the U.S. Virgin Islands where she volunteers as an Assistant Coach to the Ivanna Eudora Kean High School Moot Court Team on St. Thomas. She previously served as a Founding Board Member of Filipino Lawyers of Orange County.
Outside the office, Brittany enjoys playing pool, tattoo flash painting, and spending time with her grandma.