Travers Morgan, Esq.

Experience: Travers has experience with litigation, patent prosecution, and freedom to operate analysis. During law school, Travers worked as a judicial extern in the Patent Pilot Program at the United States District Court, Central District of California.  He additionally participated in Loyola Law School’s Sales and Use Tax clinic where he argued a winning case in front of the State Board of Equalization.  Prior to law school, Travers worked in the entertainment industry.  He was an assistant film and television editor for multiple years before he became Fox Television Studio’s post-production coordinator.

Education: Travers received his B.S. in Informatics with a specialization in Computer Science from Indiana University in 2013.  He received his J.D. from Loyola Law School in 2017 where he served as the Chief Technical Editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review.  Travers received First Honors in Comparative Copyright and specialized in Intellectual Property Law.  In addition to his formal education, Travers interned during law school at multiple private firms as well as Fox Cable Networks.

Bar Admissions: California; United States Patent and Trademark Office

Personal Interests: During his free time, Travers enjoys backpacking, surfing, and rock climbing.

Contact: [email protected]