Cayman C. Mitchell is an associate with a primary focus in copyright, trademark, and patent law. He is particularly concentrated on litigation at the intersection of copyright and computer science—i.e., software—as well as the arts. Mr. Mitchell represents content creators in a variety of media, including music, video games, and theatre.
Mr. Mitchell received his JD from Harvard Law School in 2018, where he worked as a student attorney for the Harvard Cyberlaw Clinic, served as executive technical editor for the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, and produced and stage managed the HLS Parody. In Copyright Law at HLS, Mr. Mitchell received the Dean’s Scholar Prize, which recognizes outstanding work in a given course. He graduated from Pace University, summa cum laude, in 2014, with a bachelor’s in computer science.
Mr. Mitchell is also engaged in both trial and appellate pro bono litigation, including regarding LGBTQ rights, copyright, reproductive rights, and criminal defense. At the New York City Bar, Mr. Mitchell is a board member of both the LGBTQ Rights Committee and the National Moot Court Committee. He is currently barred in Massachusetts, with his New York bar admission pending.