For the love of science
Kyrie Cameron joined the firm in 2015 and has since developed a diverse range of technical expertise, with special emphasis on energy, oil and gas, and electronics and semiconductor technologies. Inspired by a love for science and strong family ties to the legal industry, Kyrie obtained her undergraduate degree in biology from Baylor University and immediately began carving out a reputation for herself as a valued contributor at South Texas College of Law.
In addition to preparing and prosecuting patents, Kyrie is a key player on the firm’s litigation team and works side by side with lead trial lawyers on all related matters, including filing complaints, preparing arguments, and drafting appellate briefs. Her infectious enthusiasm and passion for providing outstanding service have become hallmarks of her growing legal practice, positioning Kyrie as an emerging leader in Texas’ newest generation of female attorneys.
Invested in learning, committed to serving
Kyrie’s commitment to building and maintaining strong client relationships goes beyond just talking the talk. A true learner at heart, she takes the time to study each invention and often prefers face-to-face meetings that offer a unique opportunity to see through the inventor’s eyes. She establishes an environment of trust and respect early on and is keen on keeping clients close through frequent interaction.
For Kyrie, success is defined by reaching a solution that best fits her clients’ needs. She works tirelessly to protect the inventions that change the world and never passes on an opportunity to celebrate each small win along the way.
Pride in continuing a legacy
When she’s not giving her all for clients, Kyrie is engaging in another passion of hers – coaching moot court at South Texas College of Law. After serving as Chair of the Board of Advocates and participating in multiple competitions, she now gives back to her alma mater by working as an adjunct professor of appellate advocacy. Putting her award-winning skills to good use, Kyrie trains students in brief writing and oral advocacy, while leading them to success in competitions all around the country. She is extremely proud to continue South Texas’ legacy as champions and ambassadors for advocacy education.
Kyrie also enjoys volunteering at local children’s organization Boys and Girls Country, and watching the Baylor Bears sic’ em on the football field.
- Litigation + Dispute Resolution
- Patent Preparation + Prosecution
- Biotechnology + Pharmaceuticals
- Consumer Products
- Electronics + Semiconductor Technologies
- Industrial Products
- Medical Devices + Procedures
- Oil + Gas Services
- J.D., South Texas College of Law, 2015
- B.A., Honors Biology, Baylor University, 2012
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
- State Bar of Texas
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
- United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
- American Bar Association
- Houston Intellectual Property Law Association
- Texas Young Lawyers Association
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- Houston Young Lawyers Association
- Nancy F. Atlas Intellectual Property Inn of Court
- Champion of the TYLA State Moot Court Competition, 2015
- Best Brief of the TYLA State Moot Court Competition, 2015
- Regional champion of the National Moot Court Competition, 2014
- Best Brief of the National Moot Court Competition regionals, 2014
- National semifinalist of the National Moot Court Competition, 2015
- Regional finalist of the ABA’s National Moot Court Competition, 2015
- National quarterfinalist of the National Cultural Heritage Moot Court Competition, 2014
- Champion of the LeRoy Jeffers Moot Court Competition, 2013
- Best Brief of the LeRoy Jeffers Moot Court Competition, 2013
- South Texas College of Law Outstanding Female Graduate, 2015
- Dean’s Outstanding Advocate Award, 2015
Charitable & Civic Involvement
- Boys and Girls Country
- Make-A-Wish Foundation, Texas Gulf Coast & Louisiana Region