Laura Keay Guillod

A skilled litigation attorney with a passion for intellectual property law, Laura brings her experience and her client-centered approach to every case. Known for her oral and written advocacy skills, Laura crafts compelling legal arguments, conducts thorough legal research, and yields innovative approaches for her clients.

With a passion for justice and a keen eye for detail, Laura takes pride in providing the best representation for her clients. She has successfully advocated for clients in federal and state courts, as well as administrative and arbitration forums. She also volunteers at a veteran’s hospital, cleaning scooters and offering pro bono advice and assistance to former service members.

2013 | J.D. Yale Law School

2010 | A.B., Chemistry (summa cum laude) Princeton University

  • Illinois (2023)
  • U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (2015)
  • Massachusetts (2018, inactive)
  • New York (2014, inactive)
  • Kirkland & Ellis, Kirkland Institute of Trial Advocacy, Best Closing Argument (2012)
  • Kirkland & Ellis, Pro Bono Service Awards (2013–2015)
  • Yale Law School, Joseph A. Chubb Competition Prize, Legal Draftsmanship (2013)
  • Yale Law School, Francis Wayland Prize, Litigation (2013)
  • Jacob & Daniel Guillod, Best Mom (2018-present)