GUEST POST: LEVERAGING THE ‘ME,TOO’ MOMENT

Starting from the non-controversial presumption that women are no less intelligent or capable than men, one would expect that increased opportunities for women would have fundamentally increased the numbers of women in positions traditionally occupied by men

GUEST POST: 6 THINGS I LEARNED FROM THE CHIPS ALI PROGRAM

Learning to Lead: Takeaways From Women in Technology Law By Minna Fingerhood For the third annual ALI (Advocacy, Leadership, Innovation) Program for high school girls, 30 students from across the San Francisco Bay Area spent two days meeting with women leaders in the law. Photos…

ChIPs Announces Rachel Krevans Scholarship

ChIPs announced today the launch of the Rachel Krevans Scholarship for women law students interested in a career in intellectual property.

ChIPs established the scholarship in 2018 to honor the memory of Rachel Krevans, a renowned intellectual property litigator at Morrison & Foerster LLP, and to promote diversity in IP, a practice area central to ChIPs’ roots.

Former PTO Director Michelle Lee Re-joins ChIPs Board

ChIPs, a nonprofit corporation that advances women in technology, law and policy, announced today that the Honorable Michelle K. Lee, has re-joined the board of directors. The board at its last quarterly meeting unanimously voted to approve Lee, a founding member of ChIPs, for a two-year term beginning Jan. 1, 2018.