CONNECTING WOMEN IN IP
“Our goal in forming this group is to bring together all women who work in the IP field in Chicago to help them enhance their practices and skill sets, and to provide a forum for the many successful women IP lawyers in the city to give back to their colleagues and to the community.”
–Kara E.F. Cenar, an Officer and founding member of ChiWIP
and leader of the IP Practice Group at Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C.
- Thu, Apr 29Online Event
- Thu, Apr 15Zoom
- Tue, Apr 13Online EventApr 13, 6:00 PM CDTOnline EventKristine Bergman will moderate this session for the book The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab. It is the story of a woman, Addie LaRue, who makes a deal with the devil in the 1700s she will live forever, although her immortality comes with the curse of being forgotten by everyone.
- Mon, Mar 29Amazon Watch Party
- Wed, Mar 24Zoom
- Fri, Mar 19Online EventMar 19, 4:00 PMOnline EventChiWIP invites you to tidy your closet for a good cause! Join us as Kristyn Ivey, a professional home organizer and Chicago's first platinum certified KonMari Consultant, deliver a 60-minute lesson in decluttering our closets in pursuit of more calm, joyful and abundant living. ($25 per person)
- Thu, Feb 25Virtual Event
- Wed, Feb 17Online Event
- Mon, Nov 02ZoomNov 02, 2020, 12:00 PM CSTZoomIt's been a bumpy road, but 2020 is heading into its final months, and with that comes review season. Reviews have the potential to affect things like your salary or overall career trajectory. We want to help you be as prepared as possible. Join us for a panel discussion, which will be the first in
WHO WE ARE
Chicago Women in IP (ChiWIP) is a networking and mentoring group committed to the connection, promotion and success of professional Chicago women in all stages of practice of every facet of IP law.
Through regularly scheduled events, we offer seminars, knowledge sharing, career resources, and leadership opportunities for personal and professional development. ChiWIP provides a forum for women professionals in the field of intellectual property to share their successes and challenges with other women more openly than they might with colleagues at their own firms.