Olivia Loftin - Romano Law

Olivia Loftin

Graduate Law Clerk

Olivia Loftin_colored

Law School

Willamette University College of Law, magna cum laude


Oregon State University

Olivia joined Romano Law as a Spring Extern in 2022.  As a Graduate Law Clerk, Olivia works primarily on transactional matters involving entertainment law and intellectual property.

Olivia is a J.D graduate, who achieved magna cum laude from Willamette University College of Law in May 2022, with a Certificate in Law & Business.  During law school, she was the President and Founder of the Intellectual Property and Media Law Society, a Research Assistant for the Willamette University Counsel and a volunteer for the Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.  She also interned for the general counsel at Oregon Public Broadcasting.

Prior to law school, Olivia attended Oregon State University for undergrad, where she received an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Political Science – International Relations, with a minor in Spanish.  While in school, Olivia co-hosted a talk and music radio show for Orange Media Network.

Olivia was born and raised in Oregon.  During her free time, Olivia enjoys reading, collecting records, exploring new restaurants and spending time with friends and family.

Blog Entries

  • Here’s Looking at You, Kid.  What To Know Before Employing Minors in New York.

    Behind child actors such as Iain Armitage, and child influencers such as Ryan’s World and Niana Guerrero, there are the contracts that made their success possible.  New York Labor Laws also require that contracts with minors include provisions to ensure that the children are not exploited because of their youth.  While not every employed minor

  • Cardi B Wins Over $4 Million in Defamation Lawsuit

    Updated: Sept. 29, 2022 Rapper and songwriter, Cardi B, was awarded more than $4 million by a jury in January 2022 after winning a defamation case against YouTube personality, Tasha K.  The lawsuit arose from allegations Tasha K made about the Grammy-winning artist in dozens of YouTube videos.  This was an unusually successful case, because