AIPLA Women in IP Law Committee – FREE WEBINAR

Please join the Women in IP Law Committee’s free* webinar:

Taking Charge of Your Career in Law
December 17, 2013
12:30 – 1:30 pm Eastern

Have you ever thought of starting your own law firm? Would you know where start, what to consider, what the risks are, the rewards, and whether it might be the right path for you? Do you want to improve your rainmaking skills and learn how to build better relationships with your clients and colleagues? Have you thought about how best to create your social media profile?

Our guests will share their experiences and practical insights on these and other topics to help you take charge of your career. In particular, Arlene Neal of Neal Blibo, LLC, and Valerie Mason Davis of The Mason Group Patent Specialists, LLC, will focus on various aspects of starting your own firm after working in law firms and in-house. Hetal Kushwaha of Marks &Clerk Canada will present her thoughts on how to start taking charge of business development. Debora Plehn-Dujowich of Drinker Biddle will focus her presentation on how to best create your own blog and your own social media profile.

For more information and to register please click HERE

*No CLE credit is available for this webinar.


Arlene Neal, Neal Blibo, LLC

Valerie Mason Davis, The Mason Group Patent Specialists, LLC

Hetal Kushwaha , Marks & Clerk Canada

Debora Plehn-Dujowich, Drinker Biddle

Jessica Ergmann (Moderator), Draeger

Yelena Morozova (Coordinator), Gill Jennings & Every LLP

We would like to thank our sponsor Drinker Biddle:

Drinker Logo for webinar


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