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Jillian L. Gosser

Practice Areas

Electrical / Computer



(216) 877-0300 x205 


  • J.D., Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, 2022, cum laude

  • B.S. Neuroscience, Bowling Green State University, 2018



  • State of Ohio, 2022

  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, 2022


Professional Affiliations

  • Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association

  • Young Lawyers Theatre Collective

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Ms. Gosser’s practice spans all areas of intellectual property law, from utility and design patent applications and prosecution to trademarks, copyrights, and litigation.


Prior to law school, Ms. Gosser studied Neuroscience at Bowling Green State University and was a researcher in the behavioral neuroscience research lab, with her findings being published in the Journal of Arachnology. In law school, Ms. Gosser was a Dean’s Leadership Fellow as well as Research Assistant to the Dean of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Mr. Lee Fisher. Ms. Gosser was also Executive Symposium Editor of the Global Business Law Review, and President and a founding member of the Student Parent Alliance, which focused on connecting parenting students in law school to resources for survival and academic accomplishment.


Ms. Gosser was awarded the CALI Award for Excellence in the Future in the study of Copyright Law. She studied many intellectual property courses throughout her education and earned the Certificate of Intellectual Property upon her graduation with honors from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Throughout her second and third years of law school, Ms. Gosser was a law clerk with a Ohio IP boutique firm, where she assisted in drafting patent, trademark, and copyright applications and supporting litigation actions.


Articles & Publications

Jillian Gosser, Comparative Intellectual Property Protection for Marijuana: United States vs. The European Union, 11 Global Bus. L. Rev. 78 (2022) available at

Casto P, Gosser J, Wiegmann DD, Hebets EA, Bingman VP (2019) Self-derived chemical cues support home refuge recognition in the whip spider Phrynus marginemaculatus (Amblypygi: Phrynidae). J Arachnol 47(2):290–292.

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