- Drexel University
(B.S. 2009, magna cum laude)
- Benjamin N. Cardozo School
of Law (J.D. 2012)
- New York County Lawyers’
- Cardozo Alumni
Intellectual Property Practice Group
Lauren Mack is an associate at Wahab & Medenica. She is a recent graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where she concentrated in Intellectual Property and Communications Law.
Lauren was a member of the Cyberlaw Society and the Sports and Entertainment Law Students Association during law school and served on the Executive Board of the Intellectual Property Law Society as Copyright Chair. During her term on the Board, Lauren was actively involved in inviting legal scholars and practicing attorneys to speak to the Cardozo community. She sat down with an expert on the copyright infringement lawsuits filed by the Authors Guild against book digitization projects Google Books and HathiTrust and led a discussion on the unsolved complications with orphan works under copyright law. She later co-chaired a panel on the use of trademarks in movies and television, bringing in three attorneys who were currently practicing in the fields of entertainment, advertising, and fashion law to explain the issues surrounding Louis Vuitton’s unfair competition and trademark dilution lawsuit against the makers of The Hangover: Part II.
Lauren also had the honor of serving on the staff of the Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender. There she proofread and cite checked scholarly articles written by law professors, legal practitioners, and law students. In addition, she summarized works published in outside law journals for the Journal’s annotated legal bibliography.
Lauren works on a variety of matters for W&M clients, including those relating to trademark, copyright, privacy, e-commerce, employment, corporate law, and venture capital. Prior to joining W&M, Lauren interned with a major and an independent record label, where she focused on copyright infringement, recording agreements, and licensing.
- Music Industry Braces for Copyright Termination, Cardozo Jurist (Oct. 2011)
- DNS Filtering to Fight Internet Piracy Violates the First Amendment, JURIST – Dateline (Jan. 13, 2012)