Dacia A. Green


Tel 678.420.9388
Fax 678.420.9301

Dacia A. Green is an associate in the Intellectual Property Department with a focus on trademarks and copyrights. She specializes in trademark portfolio management, domain name management and enforcement, and copyright protection.

Dacia advises clients on domestic and global trademark use and application filing strategies. She routinely engages with trademark examining attorneys at the United States Patent and Trademark Office to secure trademark registrations for her clients. She has also represented clients in opposition and cancellation actions before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.

Dacia handles various trademark and copyright enforcement matters involving the Internet. She has successfully removed infringing content on social media, merchant, and other websites. She also helps clients protect their brands by taking action against threatening domain names. Dacia has provided assistance on numerous arbitration matters involving the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy.

Dacia maintains an active pro bono practice. She provides trademark registration and counseling services to non-profit organizations. She has also participated in various voting rights projects.


"Ain't I…?: The Dehumanizing Effect of the Regulation of Slave Womanhood and Family Life," 25 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 191, 2018

"Big Brother Is Listening to You: Digital Eavesdropping in the Advertising Industry," 16 Duke Law & Technology Review 352, 2018

Community Activities

Duke Law Feminist Collective, co-founder and co-director

Black Law Students Association, former Director of Finance

Vanderbilt Prison Project, Community Service Chair
Duke University School of Law (J.D. 2018)
Editor-in-Chief, Duke Law & Technology Review
Articles Editor, Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy

Vanderbilt University (B.A. 2015)