Chandler Martin focuses her practice on trademark and copyright law.
Prior to rejoining the firm, Chandler served as a a law clerk for the Honorable James A. Wynn in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. While there, she worked with the judge and other clerks on complex cases involving varied substantive areas of law.
Before she left to clerk, Chandler worked with the firm as a law clerk and then an associate in its trademark and copyright practice.
While attending the University of North Carolina School of Law, Chandler worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2019. Through the university’s externship program, Chandler served as a legal extern for the Honorable James A. Wynn in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in the fall of 2019 and as a legal extern for the University of North Carolina Athletics Department in 2018. During her law school career, Chandler also worked a research assistant to Professor Deborah Gerhardt and was an Articles Editor for the North Carolina Law Review.
University of North Carolina School of Law J.D. (2020) with highest honors, Bane Writing Award, Order of the Coif
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill B.A., History and Peace, War, and Defense (2017) Minor in French, with highest distinction
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit - Honorable James A. Wynn (Sep 2021-Aug 2022)
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