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Managing IP survey: Diversity and inclusion in IP

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Managing IP is seeking in-house counsel views on the state of diversity and inclusion within the IP profession and how it can be improved

You can take the survey here.

We are looking to gain and share insight on how in-house IP counsel view and experience diversity and inclusion in their companies, in the IP community, and when they hire outside counsel.

This is the second in our series of in-house surveys in 2019. You can read the special report on the findings of that survey, on the changing role of the in-house trademark counsel, here. Parts one, two and three are also available to read individually. 

Don’t miss the chance to have your say.

The survey should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. The more responses we get, the more illuminating the final report will be.

The results will be anonymous but if you would like to discuss your thoughts in more detail, please contact Karry Lai at karry.lai@euromoneyasia.com

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