Becca Davis is a second year law student at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC, graduating in May of 2018. She has an interest in Intellectual Property Law, specifically Copyright and Trademarks.

Her legal work experience includes clerking for the Writers Guild of America, West and the Department of Homeland Security’s Privacy Office. She will be interning in HBO’s West Coast Business Affairs office for the upcoming summer, and at the U.S. Copyright Office during the Fall of her 3L year.

At Georgetown, Becca is on the Executive Board for GEMALaw [Georgetown Entertainment and Media Alliance] and is the Event Coordinator & Graphic Designer for the Georgetown Labor and Employment Law Society.

As a first year law student, Becca attended Southwestern Law School, where she was invited to join Law Review, was a quarter-finalist in the Trial Advocacy Intramural Competition, and received the highest grade in the class for Property Law, Copyright Law, and Legal Analysis and Writing Skills.

In addition, she was nominated to attend the ABA Judicial Clerkship Program in San Diego, where she received one-on-one legal research and analysis training from several judges in the ABA’s Judicial Division.

Becca attended Northeastern University in Boston, MA for her undergraduate degree, where she received a B.A. in Communications with a specialization in Media & Film Studies.

Her skills range from creative to technical, and include design (Photoshop), social posting, monitoring, and contesting platforms (Secondstreet, Aptivada, Hootsuite, TweetDeck, Social News Desk, Facebook Insights, Google Analytics), video editing (Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer), basic computer skills (HTML coding, Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs, WordPress), and legal research programs (Lexis Nexis and Westlaw).