Brittany Nobles

Brittany Nobles, J.D.

Brittany Nobles. J.D. is a Law Clerk leveraging over fifteen years of market, investigative, legal, and scholarly research experience applied across various industries and interests. At Fish IP Law™, Brittany works primarily with the litigation team conducting legal research, pre-suit investigations, and investigative research. Brittany also supports senior attorneys in Fish IP™’s litigation and enforcement practice through drafting motions, discovery, and related documents to help Fish IP™’s clients protect their IP. Brittany employs a strong work ethic and adaptability to provide strong research-based solutions in service of Fish IP™’s clients.

Brittany received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Santa Cruz, in History of Art and Visual Culture with a Concentration in Religion and Visual Culture. She also completed a second major in Politics and minored in Sociology. Brittany earned her juris doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she also received her Certificate in Global Legal Studies. While in law school, Brittany was a Research Assistant to Professors Deo and Tiefenbrun.

Brittany is a Founding Board Member of Filipino Lawyers of Orange County (FLOC) and Co-Chair of FLOC’s Advocacy Committee. Prior to joining Fish IP™ in 2015, Brittany worked for another local business and intellectual property law firm conducting legal research and drafting documents in the areas of copyrights, trademarks, and IP and business litigation. While in law school, Brittany diversified her IP and research experience, working for the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego as a Grant Writing Intern. She also interned for a solo practitioner serving low-income and indigent clients in criminal defense matters. During this time, Brittany worked on felony and misdemeanor trials and assisted California Lifer clients in preparing for parole hearings.

Outside the office, Brittany shoots archery and participates in Orange County Bowhunting League. She also enjoys rugby, outdoor activities, and working on art projects.