2024 Women in IP Law Global Networking Event

April 18, 2024

Registration

Fee: FREE

The annual Global Networking Event connects intellectual property practitioners from around the world for a day of networking, education, and creating meaningful connections. This year’s theme, Cultivating Leaders, is an opportunity for the AIPLA Women in IP Law Committee to help nurture and cultivate future leaders in the profession.


Events will be taking place in the following locations:

United States:

  • Chicago, IL: Leydig, Voit & Mayer, Ltd.; April 18
  • Denver, CO: Holland & Hart LLP; April 18
  • Greenville, SC: Dority & Manning; April 18
  • Hartford, CT: Cantor Colburn; April 18
  • Houston, TX: Stone Turn; April 18
  • Indianapolis, IN: Peele Law Group, PC; April 18
  • West Palm Beach: Haug Partners; April 18
  • Minneapolis/Twin Cities, MN: Mueting Raasch/Merchant Gould; April 18
  • Palo Alto, CA: Finnegan; April 18
  • Raleigh, NC: Myers Bigel PA; April 18
  • Rochester, NY: Harter Secrest & Emery LLP; April 18
  • Seattle, WA: Knobbe Martens; April 18
  • Washington, DC: Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox PLLC; April 18
  • Wilmington, DE: Morris, Nicholls, Arsht & Tunnell LLP; April 18

Outside United States:

  • Toronto, Canada: Smart & Biggar; April 18
  • Beijing, China: Han Kun Law Offices; April 18
  • Hong Kong: Eagle IP; April 18
  • Bangalore, India: Krishna & Saurastri Associates LLP; Date TBD
  • Mumbai, India: DuxLegis Attorneys; April 18
  • Pune, India: LexOrbis; April 19
  • New Delhi, India: LexOrbis; April 18
  • Chennai, India: LexOrbis; April 24
  • Hyderabad, India: LexOrbis; April 25
  • Ahmedabad, India: LexOrbis; April 22
  • Makati City, Philippines: Federis & Associates Law Offices; April 19
  • Taguig, Philippines: Cruz Marcelo & Tenefrancia; April 18
  • Dublin, Ireland: FR Kelly; April 18
  • Dusseldorf, Germany: Hoyng Rokh Monegier; April 18
  • Leeds, England: Page White; April 18
  • London, England: Finnegan; April 18
  • Manchester, England: Mewburn Ellis LLP; April 18
  • Madrid, Spain: Denae; April 18
  • Vienna, Austria: CMS; April 25
  • Padova, Italy: Societa Italiana Brevetti and UniSMART; April 18
  • Milan, Italy: MBT IP and Studio Torta; April 18
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands: Hoyng Rokh Monegier; April 18
  • Paris, France: Reed Smith; April 18
  • Tel Aviv, Israel: Zilber IP, Fischer (FBC & Co.), and Fisher Friedman IP Group (FIPG); April 17, Call on April 18
  • Wrocław, Poland: WTS Patent Attorneys; April 23
  • Singapore: Holborn Law LLC; April 19
  • Mexico City, Mexico: Basham; April 18
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina: Noetinger & Armando Abogados; April 18
  • Lima, Peru: MGM Law Firm; April 18
  • Montevideo, Uruguay: Cervieri Monsuarez; April 18
  • Hangzhou, China: Osha Bergman Watanabe & Burton, LLP; April 18
  • La Paz, Bolivia: Cervieri Monsuarez; April 18
  • Assunción, Paraguay: Cervieri Monsuarez; April 18
  • Anguila, Caribbean: Cervieri Monsuarez; April 18
  • Santa Cruz, Bolivia: Cervieri Monsuarez; April 18

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If you are interested in hosting an event, or are interested in joining one of the listed events, please contact Debora Plehn-Dujowich, Leonor Magalhães Galvão, or Cindy Quan.

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