Darya I. Haag

Darya I. Haag

Associate, Norman, Hanson & DeTroy LLC

Maine Law Class of 2010, cum laude

IP Clinic Student, Spring 2010

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Darya is fluent in Russian and earned her B.A. degree from Minsk State Linguistic University in Belarus, where she studied five languages, including German and Dutch. While in college, Darya worked as an interpreter for Dutch and Canadian charitable organizations. Prior to attending law school, she worked in the fashion advertising industry in New York City. While in law school she interned with the Honorable Kermit V. Lipez, Circuit Judge, First Circuit Court of Appeals.

Darya is currently an attorney at the Portland law firm of Norman, Hanson & DeTroy, LLC, where she practices in the areas of trademark and copyright law and commercial litigation. Darya has been able to assist individuals and businesses with obtaining and structuring protection of their intellectual property, including trademark and copyright registration and its enforcement, as well as nondisclosure and confidentiality agreements. Her clients have included local entrepreneurs, musicians, internationally acclaimed artists and credit unions.

How the IP Clinic helped Darya's career:
"[The clinic] was a unique and invaluable opportunity to savor what it means to be an IP attorney while still being a law school student. The practical skills and insights gained from meeting and being able to assist real clients under the supervision of talented and experienced mentors are priceless and have been most helpful in practicing Intellectual Property law as an attorney"

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