MIP announces the top 250 Women in IP and this year's 'IP Stars': Bird & Bird once again proves its strength in the IP world

31 May 2017

The number of Bird & Bird female practitioners recognised in the most recent results of MIP's Top 250 Women has again surpassed all other firms across the globe and has in fact increased from last year. Congratulations to Katharine Stephens, Jane Mutimear, Alison Wong, Christine Yiu, Manon Rieger-Jansen, Ella Mikkola, Anne-Charlotte Le-Bihan and Lorraine Tay for this achievement.

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Bird & Bird has also shone through in the newly published 'IP Stars' report by Managing IP (MIP) with 41 out of its 74 IP partners being named an 'IP Star'.

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This publication recognises individual lawyers that have been highly recommended in each market, based on the feedback received during their research period (beginning September last year). A team of researchers in London, New York and Hong Kong seek responses from thousands of practitioners by phone, surveys, email and in face-to-face meetings, making this the most comprehensive and authoritative survey of the IP legal market to be published.

To be included at all, an individual must have received a large number of recommendations from peers and clients.