Kate A. Sherlock will be a panelist on “Women and Minorities in IP Law: Careers, Challenges and Triumphs” at Rutgers University.
On March 26, 2019, Rutgers Law-Camden’s Intellectual Property Law Association (RIPLA) and the Rutgers Women’s Law Caucus (WLC) will host an event celebrating women and minorities practicing intellectual property law. This event is in honor of Women’s History Month.
Please join RIPLA and WLC on Tuesday, March 26 at 5:30 p.m. on the Clark Commons Bridge, as we explore different careers in Intellectual Property (IP) Law. Our panel consists of a diverse array of female attorneys specializing in various intellectual property areas. Intellectual property covers fashion, entertainment, medicine, music, video games, art, technology, and more. At this event, you can expect to listen to the unique stories of leading figures in the IP community and learn about the challenges they faced as women. We will explore the evolving impact of women and minorities in the IP legal field over the past 30 years and highlight the ways in which our panelists have triumphed. Most importantly, we will explore the potential job opportunities for individuals without a technical degree who would like to enter the IP field. Food and drinks will be served. Sufficient time will be left for questions.
Rutgers asks that all attendees register via the eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-and-minorities-in-ip-law-careers-challenges-and-triumphs-tickets-58112202161?aff=eac2