Tag Archives: Women in Ip

Not just ownership, but understanding: ‘Women-owned’

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You might have noticed that we have a banner on our website that says “Women-Owned”. You know what it means: that Firm Forward is owned by women. But do you know the true meaning of having a business run by a woman – especially one that assists law firms? 1. Gender inequity in law firms Women are still underrepresented and underpaid in law firms, especially at senior levels. According to Thomson Reuters, “law firms continue […]

These are Firm Forward’s Values. What are your firm’s?

You Law Firm's Values Matter (and it's good for marketing)

If you are a long-time follower of Firm Forward on social media (or a friend, or client), by now you should know: 👉We invested in remote collaboration years before the pandemic turned it into a trend 👉 We support Women’s IP Today and all women in business and law 👉 We support LGBTQ+ people’s rights 👉 We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion (and that’s part of the services we offer to firms because we truly […]

INTA’s The Women’s LeadershIP Initiative Report and Best Practices Toolkit

Earlier this month, INTA released The Women’s LeadershIP Initiative Report and Best Practices Toolkit, as part of its efforts to address the underrepresentation of women in IP. The file not only brings relevant data about women’s representation, career advancement and work-life integration, but also insights and recommendations for organizations to include women in their workplace – we mean, REALLY include. INTA is also committed to continuing The Women’s Leadership Initiative as a permanent program. Click […]

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