Victoria helps clients protect and promote innovation through patent and trademark prosecution. Victoria has an undergraduate degree in biochemistry from Brigham Young University (2019) and a juris doctorate with high honors from the University of Utah (2023).
Victoria loves intellectual property law and cares deeply about supporting scientists, engineers, inventors, and physicians. While attending law school, Victoria gained firsthand experience with drafting provisional patent applications for medical devices as a Bench to Bedside (B2B) Law Fellow for University of Utah Health. She was a Quinney Research Fellow for Professor Jorge J. Contreras and a Law and Biomedical Sciences Scholar (LABS) who researched and published on the patent landscape around assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs), including in vitro gametogenesis.
Also, while in law school, Victoria earned the 2023 Outstanding Pro Bono Student Award at the University of Utah. She also brings to Maschoff Brennan her knowledge of the courts, having externed for Federal District Court Judge David Nuffer.
Outside of work, Victoria can be found playing the violin, baking desserts, and trying to keep up her Duolingo streak.