Sarah Chapin Columbia Named Among the Top 250 Women in Intellectual Property

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BOSTON (May 12, 2016)—Global head of McDermott Will & Emery’s Intellectual Property Practice, Sarah Chapin Columbia, has been named to Managing Intellectual Property’s 2016 list of the “Top 250 Women in IP” (“Top250”).

The Top250 has traditionally focused on US-based lawyers, but the 2016 edition has been expanded to include the leading female IP practitioners from 43 countries around the world. Managing Intellectual Property notes that “[w]omen represent some of the most talented and experienced legal practitioners in the world, and their contributions to the field of IP right scan be seen in their part in securing leading judgments throughout the globe.”

The 2016 list was compiled by researchers who conducted global interviews and surveys over the span of four months from November 2015 to February 2016. Click here to view this year’s complete list of the “Top 250 Women in IP.”