Kimberly Fisher

Intellectual Property Attorney

Kimberly Fisher is an intellectual property attorney whose practice includes all aspects of intellectual property law, including patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret matters.

Kimberly also assists clients in litigation and enforcement matters. She is committed to helping clients accomplish their goals and protecting their intellectual property now and in the future. She supports clients in a broad range of technology from our Portland office.

Prior to attending law school, Kimberly worked as research associate at a biotechnology company helping to develop innovative flavor enhancers using proprietary assay systems and robotic liquid handlers, with a focus on the chemistry product development, which included high-throughput screening and optimization of key compounds.

During law school, she clerked for a criminal defense attorney where she assisted in complex federal cases.

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J.D. cum laude
Lewis & Clark Law School Associate Editor, Animal Law Review

M.S. Forensic Science
National University

B.S. Biology
Grand Canyon University Deans List 2001

Bar and Court Admissions

  • Oregon State Bar
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)

Professional Associations

  • Oregon State Bar (OSB) – Intellectual Property Section, Executive Committee (2017 – present)
  • Multnomah Bar Association (MBA) – Young Lawyer Section, Service to the Public Committee (2016 – 2018)
  • International Trademark Association (INTA) – Enforcement Committee (appointed for 2018 – 2019)
  • American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Oregon Patent Law Association (OPLA)
  • Oregon Women Lawyers (OWLS)

Honors and Awards

  • Named “Lawyer of the Year” for Trademark Law in Portland, OR, The Best Lawyers in America, 2020
  • Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for Trademark Law and Patent Law, 2019 – 2021
  • Rising Star, Oregon Super Lawyers, 2018 – 2020


  • Haley, Kathleen, and Kimberly Fisher. “State Medical Boards Self-Examination: Analysis of Oregon Data 2009-2012.” Journal of Medical Regulation 101.2 (2015): 35-38.