Flavia Campbell


Flavia focuses her practice in the areas of trademarks and copyrights. In addition to assisting clients with the registration of copyrights and with drafting and negotiating copyright agreements, she assists clients with the selection, clearance, prosecution and enforcement of trademarks in the United States and abroad. She negotiates and drafts license agreements, helps clients with trademark policing efforts, and counsels clients on IP validity, infringement and enforcement. Flavia also assists clients with domain name disputes and drafts and reviews website privacy policy statements and terms of use.

World Trademark Review 1000 says: "Whether protecting brands online, managing portfolios globally or negotiating licensing and other IP agreements, Flavia Campbell hits the nail on the head. Available, responsive and cost-conscious, she's a master of the service aspects of her craft too."

Education & Credentials


Pontifical Catholic University of Rio De Janeiro

J.D., 1998

University of Michigan Law School

LL.M, 2004

Bar Admission

  • Arizona2005
  • Brazil1999

Spoken Languages

  • Portuguese


  • AZ Big Media
    • Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona, 2020, 2021
  • WTR 1000
    • "World's Leading Trademark Professionals," Arizona, 2017-2021
  • The Best Lawyers in America®
    • Trademark Law, 2019-2021
  • Managing Intellectual Property
    • "IP Star," Arizona, Trademark, 2014, 2018-2019, 2021
  • Who’s Who Legal Services
    • Data, 2018
    • Telecommunications, Media and Technology, 2017
  • Super Lawyers Southwest®
    • "Rising Stars," Intellectual Property, 2012-2015

Professional Involvement

  • Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Member 
  • International Trademark Association, Member

Community Involvement

  • Ballet Arizona, Executive Committee Member, Board of Directors
  • I Got This Foundation, Member, Board of Directors


  • Presenter, “How to Protect Your Intellectual Property on Social Media and E-commerce Platforms”, Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, August 2020 
  • Co-Author, "Trademark Procedures and Strategies: United States," World Trademark Review Yearbook, 2019/2020
  • Guest speaker of Episode 001, SRSLY NOW® Podcast from AWE Collective, discussing truths, myths and fun facts about trademarks, May 2019 
  • Speaker, "Intellectual Property: Protecting Yours and Making Sure You Don’t Accidentally Steal Someone Else’s,” Arizona Small Business Development Center, March 2017
  • Co-Speaker, "Intellectual Property Basics," Phoenix StartUp Week, February 2017
  • Author, "4 Things Every Startup Should Know About Trademark Protection," PHX StartupWeek, January 2017
  • Author, "United States: Busy enough for you?," World Trademark Review, April/May 2016
  • Contributor, "Intellectual Property Is Not Created Equal," inBusiness magazine, June 2015
  • Author, "Coming soon: the .sucks domain name," NAWBO Blog, May 2015
  • Author, "Intellectual Property: Protecting a Core Business Asset," Published in In Business Magazine, April 2013
  • Author, "Brazilian Becomes American Citizen," Profiles in Diversity Journal, November/December 2012
  • Speaker, "Careers in International Law," Phoenix School of Law: Law Speaker Series, October 2012
  • Co-Author, "Intellectual Property Newsletter Fall 2011," November 2011
  • Co-Author, "How to Prevent Your Trademark from Going .XXX," June 2011
  • Co-Author, "Declarations of Intent-to-Use for U.S. Extensions via Madrid Protocol (WIPO Form MM18)," July 2008
  • Guest Speaker, "Intellectual Property Issues Faced by Companies Exporting to China," Arizona Department of Commerce and the Arizona US Export Assistance Center, September 2006
  • Author, "PTO to Require Online Trademark Filing," INTA Bulletin, April 2006
  • Author, "Puerto Rico Intent-to-Use Marks Must be Used Within Five Years," INTA Bulletin, March 2006
  • Author, "Federal Registration Trumps State Registration," INTA Bulletin, February 2006
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