Role: Trial and IP Attorney
Education: BA Communication and Business from Seattle Pacific University; JD from Gonzaga University School of Law
Practice Areas: Intellectual Property; Litigation; Small and Mid-Size Business Counsel
Alisha is a Trial & Intellectual Property attorney at Halverson Law, PLLC. She was born and raised in a small town here in the Pacific Northwest which has given her a passion to help small businesses start and flourish in their community.
Alisha aims to protect business brands by registering and protecting a business’s trademarks and copyrights. With a background in trademark registration and litigation, business startup counseling, and marketing, Alisha can help a client’s business grow from the very beginning.
At Gonzaga School of Law, Alisha received best oral argument two years in a row at the Saul Lefkowitz competition for trademarks. She also maintained leadership roles at the University as President of the Women’s Law Caucus and Saul Lefkowitz team captain. Alisha plans on bringing this experience and leadership into her practice.
Outside of the office, Alisha enjoys playing volleyball, sailing with her sister and hanging out at her parent’s lake place. Gonzaga basketball is Alisha’s passion and March Madness is her favorite season.
- + Regional Award Winner of the Best Oral Argument, Saul Lefkowitz National Moot Court Competition for Trademarks, Feb. 2018.
- + Regional Award Winner of the Best Oral Argument, Saul Lefkowitz National Moot Court Competition for Trademarks, Feb. 2017.
- Washington State Bar Association, 2018 – Present.
- Washington Women Lawyers, 2015 – Present.
Publications & Articles:
- Featured in Gonzaga News. “Gonzaga Law Student Myers Receives Scholarship for Trademark Law Event.”
- May 2018. Moderator for “The International Trademark Association’s Careers in Trademark Law.” Location: Seattle, WA.
Alisha’s Blog Posts:
- Hemp Trademark Registrations: What it Means for Cannabis Companies. September 2019.
- A Go-To Guide on How to Brand Your Business. September 2019.