Prior to attending law school, Ms. Hayward gained technical experience in both academic and commercial research centers. As an undergraduate, Ms. Hayward was awarded a partial grant for research and analysis of protein mutations in E. Coli. In addition, Ms. Hayward published an abstract of her research findings in the Journal of Abstracts for the 102nd General Meeting for the American Society of Microbiology, and presented her research findings at the 102nd General Meeting for the American Society of Microbiology. Ms. Hayward’s studies have also included health sciences, biochemistry, and physics.
During law school, Ms. Hayward served as a managing editor for the Cardozo Women’s Law Journal. In addition, Ms. Hayward researched and wrote on various legal topics, including the patentability of inventions involving stem cell research. She also completed an internship with the Honorable Michael J. Haley, District Court Judge for the 86th District of Michigan.
Ms. Hayward’s practice focuses on preparing and prosecuting patent applications including those related to chemical arts, mechanical arts, and medical devices, as well as the procurement of trademark and copyright protection. She also assists in the preparation of opinions regarding patentability and infringement of United States patents.
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Microbiology, with a Minor in Chemistry from Brigham Young University,
- Juris Doctorate degree from the Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, with a Concentration in Intellectual Property
Admissions and Memberships
- Utah State Bar
- Wyoming State Bar