Natalie Guio is an attorney who focuses her practice primarily on trademark and copyright law. Ms. Guio received her JD from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, where she served as Executive Editor for the Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business, a board member of the Northwestern Intellectual Property Law Society, and the President of the Northwestern Latinx Law Student Association. Before joining the firm, Ms. Guio was selected to participate in the Northwestern-Kellogg School of Management’s San Francisco Immersion Program, where she took MBA and JD courses focused on counseling start-up and technology companies, and worked as an in-house legal intern for a large global fintech company at their headquarters in San Francisco.
While in law school, Ms. Guio was a law clerk at two boutique law firms in Chicago, where she worked on a variety of legal issues, including, general litigation, trademark prosecution, trademark & copyright litigation, due diligence, and drafting memoranda. Prior to this, she received a Bachelor of Arts in public relations and advertising with a minor in public and legal affairs communication from DePaul University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude.