Educated at the University of Virginia and Vanderbilt Law School with additional studies at Oxford University (where she focused on trial advocacy) and Stanford University's Graduate School of Business (where she studied entrepreneurship), Cook is licensed to practice law in New York and Texas. She began her remarkable career in private practice over ten years ago working as a corporate litigator and representing clients ranging from leading luxury hotels to television and cable executives, real estate developers, technology companies, and an assortment of Forbes’ and Fortune’s notable business executives and corporate giants. Cook later expanded her practice to include intellectual property, digital media, technology, mobile, entertainment, and traditional corporate transactional work. She is passionate about aiding innovators in the launching, creation, execution, and development of diverse business platforms and initiatives.
Cook’s success merging technology, media, and the entertainment world with the traditional practice of law resulted in her being honored as a Pearl Honoree in 2009. She was selected as a finalist for Atlanta's Power 30 Under 30 Award, and was the winner of the Celebration Award in Law in 2012. She appeared in the HBO documentary "Good hair," the 2009 winner for Special Jury Prize for U.S. documentary at the Sundance Film Festival and has also appeared in the American Bar Association Journal, O Magazine, Elle Magazine, The Today Show, and countless other media platforms. This past year she was noted as an “Entertainment Power Player” in the Los Angeles trade magazine Hollywood & Vine, was the number one viewed profile of 2013 for the online news publication the Vyne, and was included in Diversity Affluence's CEO's 2014 Trend Predictions.
Serving as the Managing Member of The Cook Law Group, PLLC, Cook continues to lead the legal and business expansion strategies for companies in Europe, Asia, The Middle East, and North America.
Specialties: Her ability to find creative business-oriented solutions resulted in her invitation to serve on the Advisory Committee of BlazeTrak, an on-line technology start-up company that is the first media talent recruitment service to cater to both the professional and novice within the entertainment arena via a digital catalog.