Courtney Neufeld is an associate in the firm’s Seattle office and a member of the Intellectual Property Litigation practice group. She has assisted clients on a variety of matters, including patent litigation, trademark oppositions, and American Indian law. She has experience in multiple phases of litigation, including pleadings, fact discovery, and motion practice.
Courtney maintains an active pro bono practice representing asylum seekers in immigration proceedings and assisting individuals with challenging and vacating criminal convictions.
Prior to joining the firm Courtney served as a student attorney at the Georgetown University Law Center Civil Rights Clinic. Through this role, Courtney drafted various pleadings to include a motion for summary judgment and civil complaint. In this role, Courtney argued an opposition to a motion to dismiss in federal court. Courtney worked as a summer associate in the Seattle office before joining the firm as an associate.