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
Board of Directors of the American Advertising Federation-Louisville
Kentucky Bar Association
Louisville Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section
American Bar Association, Section of Intellectual Property Law
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