Nonprofit Program Seeks to Mentor Next Generation of Women Lawyers
By Xiumei Dong
Women leaders in technology law are trying to tackle a pipeline problem by hosting a two-day program to introduce 30 high school students and graduates to legal career opportunities in the Bay Area.
What does it take to become a successful female lawyer? ChIPs Network Inc., a San Francisco-based nonprofit organization focused on advancing and connecting women in technology, law and policy, recently hosted a two-day program to introduce 30 high school students and graduates to women lawyers and judges in the Bay Area.
Find out more about our ALI Program for high school girls.
The ChIPs Network, Inc., is a nonprofit organization that advances and connects women in technology, law and policy. It seeks to accelerate innovation through diversity of thought, participation and engagement. Founded in 2005 by seven women chiefs of intellectual property, ChIPs has expanded beyond those roots, now with over 3,000 members and nearly one dozen local chapters in the United States and abroad. Get to know our board of directors.