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Survey: Nearly two thirds of in-house counsel have faced discrimination

Karry Lai, Hong Kong


Part one of a Managing IP survey reveals the lack of gender and cultural diversity among IP in-house counsel, with lawyers shedding light on their experiences

The first part of Managing IP’s survey on diversity and inclusion reveals that more than half of in-house IP counsel have faced discrimination because of their background, while respondents were divided on whether the IP profession is diverse compared to...


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