Akshaya Sivakumar

Trade Mark Specialist

Akshaya Sivakumar holds a Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Commercial Law, complemented by a Bachelor of Laws from Macquarie University. Additionally, she has earned a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law NSW. Akshaya is also a member of the Law Society NSW.

Akshaya’s legal expertise spans across diverse industries and jurisdictions. She has provided invaluable advice to clients in countries including Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Her clientele hails from various sectors, including tech startups, fashion, cosmetics, and high-profile food and beverage companies. In her role as a trade mark specialist, Akshaya has adeptly represented these clients in both domestic and international legal matters. Her work not only includes navigating complex legal disputes but also developing innovative branding strategies to propel her clients to success.

Outside of her dynamic legal career, Akshaya has a passion for music. She is currently honing her skills on the electric guitar, showcasing her dedication to mastering new talents. In addition to her musical pursuits, Akshaya has an affinity for exploring local markets, where she indulges her love for second-hand books through the art of thrifting.

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Contact Akshaya

phone +61 2 7208 9500


phone linkedin.com/in/akshaya-s-089973182/


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