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MIP International Women's Leadership Forum 2018

February 6, Waldorf Hilton, London


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Free registration for in-house IP counsel, general counsel and heads of legal

Drawing from the success of events in New York, Palo Alto and a recent addition in Hong Kong, the MIP International Women’s Leadership Forum returns to London for the fourth consecutive year on February 6 2018. The interactive one day forum will focus on European and international IP developments, providing an opportunity for women in IP to network and learn from industry thought leaders. Subjects will include: the impact of Brexit on your IP portfolio; anti-piracy and the risks of social media; leadership through the keyhole; among many others.

Throughout the day, dynamic discussions will examine best practice and innovation around leadership, networking, work-life balance and business generation. Leading general counsel and IP counsel will share their valuable experiences, thoughts and insights with the audience to promote the next generation of leading IP women.

The MIP International Women’s Leadership Forum is an inclusive event, welcoming newly admitted lawyers, associates, partner, legal counsel through senior in-house counsel, women as well as men. The forum aims to support the advancement of women counsel through a one-day programme; a professional development opportunity for the next generation of women leaders. The day will facilitate sharing of knowledge and experiences of women in leadership and senior IP roles with those seeking to progress further in their careers.

To participate in the forum, as a delegate, speaker or sponsor, contact us below:

David Sackheim
+44 (0)20 7779 8825

Natalie Canter
+44 207 779 8730

Melanie Petch
+44 207 779 8836






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