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IP Clinic: How do we encourage more women to stay and progress in the profession?


Our third International Women’s Leadership Forum was held last month. How can the world of IP do more for women?

The in-house counsel While nearly half of all law school graduates today are women, they make up only about 20% of partners at US law firms. While this gender imbalance is not unique to the legal profession, I do think there...


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