ALI Program for Girls Featured in The Recorder

The 2018 ALI Program for high school girls took place in San Francisco on June 12 and 13. The program introduces girls interested in the law to a diverse range of women who practice at firms, in-house and in government.

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.

Silicon Valley Chapter Toasts to the Holidays

Tuesday November 28 the Silicon Valley ChIPs chapter turned up the holiday hits, decked the halls of Shearman & Sterling LLP, and hosted this year’s Holiday Shopping Party.

ChIPs Co-Founder Michelle Lee Interviewed in Bloomberg Law

The day after she was inducted into the ChIPs Hall of Fame, former Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Michelle Lee sat down with Bloomberg Law to discuss her new role as a visiting professor at Stanford, where she will teach a course on disruptive technologies, a joint offering of the law and engineering schools, and the critical work that needs to be done to correct the underrepresentation of women in STEM fields.

ChIPs Panel on Cybersecurity Covered in National Law Journal

ChIPs co-founder and board member Noreen Krall appeared on a cybersecurity panel at the 2017 Summit along with FireEye General Counsel Alexa King, United States Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand and Jennifer Morrish of the United Kingdom’s UCHQ. The panel was moderated by Caroline Krass, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, the former GC of the CIA. (Photo by Tracey Salazar)

Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates Speaks at the Summit

In a wide-ranging discussion on the final day of the 2017 ChIPs Global Summit, former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates talked about her path to becoming a lawyer, those fateful 10 days at the Acting Attorney General and her lack of desire — for now…