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Protecting the entrepreneurial spirit

Finland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland02-06-2020Sarah Morgan

Becoming an entrepreneur is not an easy route to take. But when you’re an indigenous woman, it can be even tougher. Sarah Morgan interviews bold women about their experiences and the role IP can play in empowerment.

WIPO: The pressing need for equality

International, Switzerland02-06-2020Francis Gurry

As the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, increasing diversity and achieving gender equality is even more important, says Francis Gurry, director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization.

Influential Women in IP Class of 2019: Laura Collada

Mexico02-06-2020Laura Collada

Laura Collada, managing partner of Dumont, outlines her path to modernising the Mexican law firm and her diversity efforts.

Melisa Litvin: Finding your own voice

Argentina02-06-2020Melisa Litvin

More women must take leading positions— it will help companies become more flexible and marketable in a global environment. Gender equality should continue to be a driving force in law firms across the world, says Melisa Litvin, founder of Litvin Marzorati Legales.

Stacy Grossman: Doing it for herself—and others

02-06-2020Stacy Grossman

After a career beginning with a dramatic trial and two decades of experience, Stacy Grossman decided to strike out on her own and start a law firm. Here, she talks to Influential Women in IP about the steep learning curve and figuring out how to attract and retain clients.

Influential Women in IP Class of 2020: Vivien Chan

China, Hong Kong02-06-2020Vivien Chan

Vivien Chan helps major multinational corporations and listed companies to do business in Greater China, as she tells WIPR.

Influential Women in IP Class of 2019: Spring Chang

China02-06-2020Spring Chang

Spring Chang has played a central role in the growth of her firm, Chang Tsi & Partners, and is proud of its successes in promoting diversity, as she tells WIPR.

Positive strides: WIPR's diversity and inclusion survey

International02-06-2020Sarah Morgan

WIPR’s latest survey on diversity and inclusion provides another sombre snapshot of an industry that’s behind the times but trying hard to catch up through a variety of initiatives. Sarah Morgan reports.

‘A safe zone’: how mentors can help young women in law


The legal profession hasn’t traditionally been ahead of the curve on formal mentorship programmes, instead relying on a more informal, organic exchange of knowledge between senior lawyers and young starters. WIPR reports.

Career series: Elaine Drager, Nokia

06-05-2020Elaine Drager

Elaine Drager, head of IP and asset strategy at Nokia, is not afraid of being the proverbial zebra in a herd of giraffes. Here, she tells WIPR about her childhood ambition to pursue robotics, and her dislike of declarations of “success” in the gender diversity arena.

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