12Jun
Webinar

Wednesday 12 June

Knowing Me, Knowing You? ADHD And the IP Profession

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Start: Wednesday 12 June 2024, 12:30 PM

End: Wednesday 12 June 2024, 01:30 PM

Event Overview

Neurodiversity has become a much talked about topic in recent years, and one that is arguably particularly relevant to the IP Profession.

Would you recognise that a colleague has ADHD or know how to best support them? Might you yourself have characteristics of ADHD as of yet unacknowledged?

Join us for this joint webinar with IP Ability as we bring together a phenomenal panel including a Senior HR Manager, Neurodiversity Consultant, and IP professionals with a range of roles and personal experiences to explore this complex neurodiversity, dispel myths, and answer the questions you may have been afraid to ask. By better understanding ADHD, it’s challenges, it’s advantages – we can take active steps to provide more equitable work environments, and perhaps understand ourselves better too. Listen in, come with questions, and learn!

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Adeline Fleming, Mastercard

Adeline Fleming, Mastercard

Adeline-Fleur Fleming is a Senior Managing Counsel at Mastercard heading the IP team in Europe and a member of the Mastercard European Legal Leadership team. As part of her practice, Adeline handles a mixture of patent, trademark, litigation, M&A and soft IP matters. Prior to joining the Mastercard group, Adeline was a Senior Patent Attorney at Arm. Adeline qualified as a European Patent Attorney at Page, White and Farrer a specialist Patent and Trademark law firm based in London, she has a Master’s Degree in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford.

Debbie Nelson, Kilburn & Strode LLP

Debbie Nelson, Kilburn & Strode LLP

Emma Marfe, Neurodiversity Consultancy

Emma Marfe, Neurodiversity Consultancy

Sophia Karim, D Young & Co IP

Sophia Karim, D Young & Co IP

George Lucas, EIP

George Lucas, EIP

George Lucas is a patent attorney at EIP in London working primarily in the Life Sciences sector. He was diagnosed at 11 years old with Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism. He is passionate about EPO oppositions, the importance of neurodiversity, and Dungeons & Dragons.

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