Kendall Lovell


Tyranny like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.

-Thomas Paine

Kendall Lovell

Kendall Lovell is an associate in our Las Vegas office who works in our Business Litigation practice group. Kendall’s practice is concentrated in commercial litigation and intellectual property. She 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, and is skilled in legal writing and research, editing, trial, legal document preparation, data science and public speaking.

During her career, Kendall has grown to love the “chess game” of law: balancing strategy, budgetary constraints, and what’s best for the sustainability of her client’s business. She believes that her start in neuropsychology opened her 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 she applies to all of her client work to find the best approach to keep their business on the winning side of the board.

Outside of work, Kendall is passionate about animal advocacy and rescue, and before his passing, her medical alert service bulldog, “Butters,” gained fame on Instagram. She’s now in the process of forming the “Save A Bully” foundation in San Diego, dedicated to bulldog rescue. To destress, Kendall also practices Aerial Yoga, which allows for a great range of motion and flexibility, and the ability to control pressure on each body part.


  • J.D., University of San Diego School of Law
  • B.S., Saint Mary's College of California

Areas of Practice

Experienced, forward-thinking advocates who go beyond the expected for clients in dispute prevention and resolution.

Most businesses have intellectual property, although some don’t fully appreciate it.


Articles And Presentations

  • Author, "CRISPR/Cas-9 Technologies: A Call for a New Form of Tort", San Diego International Law Journal, Vol. 19, Iss. 2, 2018


  • Member, San Diego International Law Journal 
  • President, University of San Diego Law School, Women's Law Caucus
  • Member, Howard D. McKibben Inn of Court


  • Nevada
  • California