Social mobility in IP
As a new report highlights a social mobility gap in law, lawyers say that a new mindset is required to close it.
Breaking ‘female health’ taboos
It’s time to break taboos around the menopause, says Maria Hall of Mewburn Ellis.
Tech GCs explore D&I project
General counsel from Meta and Microsoft explain their aims behind a new initiative designed to promote D&I in IP.
Plans to protect traditional knowledge escalate
Daren Tang describes the emotions that accompanied a development relating to genetic resources.
Safeguarding indigenous rights
Protecting traditional wisdom can complement innovation to ensure a sustainable future, writes Marion Heathcote of Davies Collison Cave.
International Women’s Day #Embrace Equity
As we mark International Women’s Day, female IP leaders share their thoughts on how equity is fundamentally different to equality, and why recognising this distinction is crucial.
- ‘It's not about wokeness’: why we need LGBTQ+ History 27-02-2023
- Women and Girls in Science Day: why it matters 10-02-2023
- Best practices for mentorship in IP 30-01-2023
- The IP gender gap: post-pandemic lessons 30-01-2023
- Mexico: All in the details 17-01-2023
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