Kyle Serilla is a Chicago-based attorney interested in intellectual property and privacy law. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US) through the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Kyle is an active member of the Illinois State Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section.
After earning his J.D. at Chicago-Kent College of Law, Kyle completed a two-year fellowship with the Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law at UIC Law (formerly John Marshall Law School). With the Center, he completed traditional academic research projects, as well as those focused on current trends in legal education. He was also involved with the day-to-day administration of the Center including planning events, advising students, and working with adjunct professors.
While a law student, Kyle focused his studies on intellectual property law. He interned with Lawyers for the Creative Arts, Mintel Global Marketing Research, and the Domestic Violence Legal Clinic (now Ascend justice). His article “What’s in a name? A parody by any other name would smell as sweet” was published by Journal of the Patent & Trademark Office Society.
Before becoming an attorney Kyle, was a casting director and consultant for Chicago-based theater companies.
J.D., Chicago-Kent College of Law
Intellectual Property Certificate
CALI Award in International and Comparative Trademark Law
Chicago-Kent Certificate of Service Award
Submissions Editor, Journal of Intellectual Property
Student-Faculty Liaison, Intellectual Property Law Society
B.A.; B.T.A., University of Michigan
Dual degree: History and Theatre Arts (Arts Administration)
Illinois State Bar Association
Intellectual Property Section Counsel Member