I am a 3L at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. I am a New Orleans native, and my work background includes criminal defense, habitual offender law, succession law, and the law of obligations. My personal areas of academic interest are intellectual property law, international law, entertainment law, and the law of torts, although I am always open to a deep dive in any topic.
- Kieron Oliver, “Romag Fasteners Inc., v. Fossil Group, Inc.: Strict Interpretation Gives Way to Flexible Culpability in Trademark Disputes,” Loyola Law Review Forum, Spring 2021. Pages 17