Noémie Broussoux-Coutard

Kirkland & Ellis International LLP


Noémie Broussoux-Coutard is an intellectual property associate in the London office of Kirkland & Ellis International LLP. Noémie’s cross-border practice covers a wide variety of IP matters, with a focus on the following areas:

  • European/UK technology & intellectual property transactions, including any information technology/data privacy aspect of a corporate transaction; and
  • US copyright, trademark, internet & advertising litigation and counseling.

Noémie received her JD with honors from Emory University in 2021, where she earned a certificate in the Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results, or “TI:GER” program, by helping develop the legal framework for a group of engineering postgraduate students to market a sleep apnea monitoring device. In 2022, Noémie also completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice at Oxford University.

Thanks to her international background, Noémie is sensitive to international issues. Prior to joining Kirkland, Noémie was a legal fellow at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva, which developed her knowledge of international IP treaties, as well as EU and French law. At Emory, Noémie was a finalist in the regional rounds of the 2020 Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition.


Thought Leadership


 Co-Author, “CJEU Continues to VOGUE for Tricky Trade Mark Jurisdiction Cases,” Entertainment Law Review, Vol. 35 Issue 2, 2024

Memberships & Affiliations

London IP Society

International Trademark Association



Admissions & Qualifications

  • 2023New York


  • English
  • French


  • Oxford UniversityPostgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice2022
  • Emory University School of LawJ.D.with Honors2021
  • The City College of the City University of New YorkB.A., Political Sciencesumma cum laude2018