IPKat Team Updates

The Kats have had a busy year, with changes and moves.  Here is a list of some successes we'd like to celebrate:

Smoothie the Cat, showing
us how it's done
Verónica Rodríguez Arguijo joined Pointer Brand Protection, is collaborating with IPTango and is a member of the editorial board of The Trademark Lawyer magazine.

Hayleigh Bosher successfully passed her PhD Viva at the Centre of Intellectual Property Policy & Management, Bournemouth University and has a new job as IP Education Specialist at the University of the Arts London.

Rosie Burbidge has been promoted to Senior Associate at Fox Williams.  Well done Rosie on this exciting achievement!

AmeriKat Annsley Merelle-Ward was appointed as one of the Co-Chairs of the London chapter of ChIPS, an organisation devoted to advancing women in law, tech and policy.  The London Chapter launch was held at the Supreme Court and is the first international chapter of the organisation.  Annsley was also recently appointed as Co-Chair to AIPPI's Standing Committee on the UPC (after previously serving as Secretary) and member of the new Standing Committee on Trade secrets, listed as a WIPR Leader and is plotting to have the same number of followers as this green-eyed beauty (who she has a bit of a Kat krush on).

Eleonora Rosati has been promoted to Associate Professor in IP Law at the University of Southampton.

Nicola Searle received an EPSRC Digital Economy Fellowship to investigate trade secrets and cyber crime. She'd tell you more, but it's a...

Well done, Kats!
IPKat Team Updates IPKat Team Updates Reviewed by Nicola Searle on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Rating: 5

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