Diversity in the legal workplace: exclusive interview with the co-chair of Women in IP | World Trademark Review
When Joanna Conway had her first child, she was the first person in the IP team at Norton Rose Fulbright to do so. After taking maternity leave, Conway returned to work three days a week, which went up to four days with one working from home. “That broke ground,” Conway says. “All of that was new when I did it, but I look at the women now having children and it’s not unusual to do.” However, there are still challenges in the industry, which Conway, who has just moved to Kemp Little, attempts to tackle as co-chair of Women in IP.
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