Kylie Hofmann is an attorney in the firm's intellectual property practice group, with a focus on trademark and copyright law.
Prior to joining Middleton Reutlinger, Kylie worked as an associate in the Louisville, Kentucky office of a regional law firm. While there, she focused on business, developing an understanding of business formation and finance.
During law school, Kylie clerked with a local law firm, focusing on business litigation and intellectual property. She worked with the Entrepreneurship Clinic (2014-15) with Business School teams to start an LLC and assist in developing their intellectual property portfolio. She was also a Research Assistant for Prof. John Cross focusing on unfair competition (2014-15) and a Legal Intern for The Alley Theatre Legal Department (May-Aug. 2013). Before and during law school, Kylie was a Research Assistant for Professor Dwayne Buttler, concentrated in copyright law, including performance rights and university copyright policy.
Honors & Awards
ABA-BNA Award of Excellence in Intellectual Property Law
Top Grade Awards: Legal Regulation of Competition; Entrepreneurship Clinic
Professional & Community Activities
Kentucky Bar Association
Louisville Bar Association
University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law J.D., cum laude, 2015
- Journal of Animal and Environmental Law; Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Competition, competitor (2014 and 2015); Moot Court Board member; Business Law Society, Vice President (2014-15) and Public Relations Chair (2013-14); Judicial Internship with Judge Stephanie Burke
University of Louisville B.A., Communications, Minor in Spanish, magna cum laude, 2011