contributes news articles, features and blogs for the magazine
and Managing IP’s website, and commissions and
edits articles and guest blogs. She hosts webinars and awards
dinners, writes for conference newspapers and has chaired
Managing IP events in Europe, the US and Asia. She also
oversees all the editorial content for the women’s
network and has hosted network forum events in New York, San
Jose and London.
Emma has a degree in politics and East Asian studies from
Newcastle University and spent two years studying in Beijing.
She qualified as a solicitor at a city firm before making the
switch to legal publishing, guessing (correctly) that she would
enjoy asking questions about the law rather more than trying to
answer them. She joined Managing IP as Asia editor and spent
three years based in Hong Kong.
Two years ago she began studying at the University of
London’s School of Oriental and African Studies
(SOAS) and last year completed her MA in globalisation and
multinational companies. Her dissertation was on takeovers and
Emma works largely from Bristol but makes frequent trips to
Managing IP’s London office. Before she had
children she used to spend much of her time riding bikes or
planning to ride bikes. Now she dusts off her mountain bike and
goes on club runs as often as she can and is a ride leader for
Breeze, British Cycling’s programme to encourage
more women to cycle.
AIPLA warns over Unitary patent fees;
Why IP needs events aimed at women;
A spotlight on parliamentary lobbying;
What do the Patent Box changes mean for business?
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