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)
On March Friday, March 31, 2017, the East Coast Chapter of ChIPs presented “Haute Tech 2: A Conversation with Innovators” at Kirkland & Ellis in New York City.
The panel included fashion entrepreneurs and legal professionals (listed below), and was organized by ChIPs East Coast Co-Chair, Kathi Cover and Karin Norton, who also moderated.
We are thrilled to officially announce that “Women in IP” have joined forces with “ChIPs,” a nationwide organization dedicated to advancing women at the confluence of law, technology, and regulatory policy. With this founding of the Indianapolis ChIPs Chapter, we have the opportunity to make more meaningful connections here in Indiana, as well as to tap into a nationwide organization that shares our commitment to women’s advancement in intellectual property careers.
The fifth annual ChIPs Women in Technology, Law and Policy Global Summit took place September 15-16th, 2016 at the Mandarin Oriental in Washington, DC. This year’s summit brought together over 500 women from all over the country to share experiences and ideas, network, and work together to further the advancement of women in IP, technology and policy.
On Wednesday, September 14, ChIPs hosted the inaugural Next Gen Summit at WilmerHale and Sidley Austin LLP in Washington, DC for 230 ambitious young professionals. Building off of the continual success of ChIPs’ widely popular pre-Summit mock exercises, the organization expanded their programming to individuals in the first fifteen years of their careers. The day began with mock exercises and included a full afternoon of events tailored to the next generation of women leaders.