Tricia Juettemeyer

Tricia Juettemeyer

As a business and intellectual property attorney, Tricia assists clients with day-to-day legal issues, such as formation, contracts, and governance, as well as trademark and copyright matters.

Practice Areas

  • Intellectual Property
    • Trademark Law
    • Copyright Law
  • Contracts
  • Business Practices and Formation
  • Corporate Growth and Governance
  • B Corps
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Nonprofit Law
  • Entertainment Law

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Tricia’s career path began in the creative/technical media environment, working as an assistant editor in post-production for television. There, she assisted with post for television shows, talk shows, live music productions, and commercials. Tricia went on to attend graduate school, which led to her career as an academic librarian. As a reference and teaching librarian, Tricia used her technical skills to develop access to online resources, web-based tutorials, and course reference guides for college students and faculty. Later, as a library director for a college in Portland, Tricia became skilled in the administration of running the library’s budget, personnel, and resources. Over time, Tricia learned the many and varied ways copyright law interrelates with the academic library, which sparked her interest in a legal career, leading Tricia to Lewis and Clark Law School and now, to Immix.

Outside of Immix, Tricia spends most of her time hanging out with her family and their two adorable dogs, often partaking at Portland’s multitudinous breweries.

  • Pro Bono Honor Roll – Oregon State Bar (2015)

  • Volunteer Attorney, MercyCorps Northwest (2015 – present)
  • Volunteer Attorney, Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (2015 – present)
  • Executive Committee Member, Technology Law Section of the Oregon State Bar (2015 – present)
  • Board Member, St. Johns Center for Opportunity (2015 – 2016)
  • Member, Business Development Committee, St. Johns Main Street (now St. Johns Center for Opportunity) (2014 – 2015)
  • Member, Oregon Women Lawyers (2014 – present)
  • Member, Multnomah Bar Association (2014 – present)

  • Presenter, “Covering Your Assets: Limiting Liability in Small Business,” St. Johns Main Street (February 2015)
  • Presenter, “Formation, Intellectual Property, and Funding for Creative Businesses” Creative Roundtable (February 2015)
  • Presenter, “Transactional Legal Research,” Lewis & Clark Small Business Legal Clinic (September 2014, January 2015, May 2015, September 2015)
  • Co-Presenter, “Off of the Carousel and onto the Canvas: Taking Presentations to the Next Level with Prezi,” Online Northwest Conference (2011)
  • Guest Editor, “Doing more with less: creative strategies in the new economy,” OLA Quarterly 16(4) (2010)
  • Co-Presenter, “Visual Resources on a Budget: Image Databases on the Open Web,” Online Northwest Conference (2010)
  • Author, “Tech Watch: Research Strategies 2.0,” Journal of Library Administration, 46(3-4), 119-138 (2008)
  • Author, “Blogger: Your Thoughts Here,” Journal of Library Administration, 46(3-4), 119-138 (2007)
  • Author, “Top of the pile, or how to avoid having your application thrown in the trash,” NMRT Footnotes, 36(2) (2006)
  • Co-author, “News blogs in distance education programs,” Distance Learning, 2 (5), 23-28 (2005)

  • Oregon State Courts
  • Lewis & Clark Law School – J.D., Intellectual Property Certificate, 2014
  • University of North Carolina at Greensboro – MLIS, 2005
  • The School of the Art Institute of Chicago – BFA, 2000

Seattle | 206.492.7531
Portland | 503.802.5533