I love the chess game of law: balancing strategy, budgetary constraints, and what’s best for the sustainability of my client’s business. My start in neuropsychology opened my mind to the many endpoints and connections between human behavior and cognitive function. This myriad of statistical data requires similar strategic analysis and decision making in the legal world, which I apply to all client work to find the best approach to keep their business on the winning side of the board.


Kendall Lovell’s practice is concentrated in commercial litigation and intellectual property. Ms. Lovell advises clients on a variety of corporate needs, including litigation strategy, discovery, and motion practice. In addition, she represents clients in matters involving copyright, trademark, and trade secret protection and enforcement, as well as patent litigation.

Kendall also has experience in appellate practice defending an appeal for clients through federal and state appellate courts. While at the University of San Diego School of Law, Kendall wrote the winning argument for the USD Appellate Clinic to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, resulting in remand for their client.

Clients also appreciate the general business insights she provides from working as a law clerk to the Honorable Judge Carla Baldwin Carry, U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada in Reno. Additionally, Kendall brings strong business acumen from her internship at Sony Entertainment, Inc., where she supported business interests while balancing cross-sectional legal matters.

Practice Groups:

Appellate Practice
Commercial Litigation
Intellectual Property & Technology

Bar and Court Admissions:

State Bar of California, 2018
State Bar of Nevada, 2020


B.S., Saint Mary’s College of California, 2015
J.D., University of San Diego School of Law, 2018

Memberships & Affiliations:

Ms. Lovell served as a Board Member for the San Diego International Law Journal and as the former President of the Women’s Law Caucus while in law school and is also a member of the Howard D. McKibben Inn of Court.