efore pursuing her intellectual passion of the law, Jolie Schenerman figure skated competitively, making it to the U. S. Synchronized Skating Championships. So, Jolie’s tough, driven, disciplined, fearless, and powerful under pressure. And today, Jolie brings that competitive spirit to achieving justice for her clients.
Jolie is prepared and ready to assist clients tackling intellectual property disputes involving utility patents, design patents, trademarks, trade dress, copyrights, unfair competition, and trade secrets.
In law school, Jolie served as an editor on the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, where she focused on intellectual property issues. She’s also published an article with the journal.
Jolie credits fellow New Yorker Carol Heiss for inalterably raising the athleticism and technical excellence of figure skating. In 1956, Ms. Heiss became the first female skater to land a double axel in competition.
Yeshiva University Cardozo School of Law
University of Wisconsin
- New York
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