Increasing the Prominence of Women in the Life Sciences Legal Community through Substantive Legal Discussion, Professional Development, and Woman-to-Woman Networking.

  Each year, nearly 200 professionals attend this annual event specifically designed for women life sciences practitioners to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing women in this industry, as well as to foster communication between like-minded individuals about the key legal developments for pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device companies in the life sciences world. Over the past year, there has been a huge movement across the country and across all industries to ensure women are treated equally in the workplace, highlighted in the media by the Time’s Up movement and #metoo. This year’s program brings together a speaker faculty full of truly inspirational women, coming together to lead you through two days of of-the-moment discussions, substantive legal updates, and concrete tools you can implement immediately. Advice and strategies abound at this one-of-a-kind conference designed specifically to address the needs of women trying to advance and thrive in the Life Sciences field.
Fireside Chat with The Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy, President of the National Association of Women Judges and Supreme Court Justice of the Supreme Court of New York County, Civil Term
Network with life sciences industry leaders from:
 

Acorda Therapeutics, Inc.
Astellas US LLC
Boston Scientific
BioCryst Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Bioverativ, a Sanofi company
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Celgene
Cocoon Biotech Inc.
Eisai Inc.
Eli Lilly and Company

EMD Serono, Inc.
FORMA Therapeutics, Inc.
Fresenius Medical Care North America
GE Healthcare
InVivo Therapeutics Corp.
Ironwood Pharmaceuticals
Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc.
Ultragenyx Pharmaceuticals
Vertex Pharmaceuticals
W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.
and many more…

 

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For 2018, we have added new sessions to help women in the Life Sciences industry as well as their companies, to promote diversity and move further down the path towards equality in the workplace that we are seeing across the world today. Panels such as The Impact of the “Me Too” Movement on the Life Sciences Industry and Bridging the Generational Gap: Working Across the Divide to Move Everyone Forward will discuss strategies to make the workplace better for all of us and provide tools for women to help other women in their organization and get more of us into the C-Suite than ever before.  

Highlights of the 2018 Conference:

  • Get Legal Updates Across All Practice Areas in Life Sciences
  • Practical Strategies for Guiding Your Company Through the Latest Business Trends
  • Prepare for the Future Of Life Sciences: Digital Health
  • Want to Get Ahead? Learn Tried and True Skills from Effective Mentors
  • Learn Proven Techniques for Networking and Building Your Resume
  • Brand New Workshop – Learn Negotiation Strategies and More with POKERprimaDIVAS
  • Tips for Enhancing and Growing Your Women’s Group
 

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This conference is a great opportunity to step away from the demands of your day job and thoughtfully consider the future of your career path amongst this group of exceptional women. Make sure you don’t miss out on this year’s insightful discussions and meaningful connections that will help you to reach your goals and watch your career flourish. Register by May 18th to save $200 off the conference rate!

 

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Hear what past participants have to say about this one-of-a-kind event:

 
“I loved this conference. It was a great combo of work/substance and personal development.  Loved all women – it felt safe and friendly even with so much power in the room!”
“Great opportunity and time to catch up with clients and colleagues and meet new people and contacts in such a positive environment. Was exceptional.”
“I enjoyed hearing the experiences – professionally and personally – of all of the panelists. Great networking opportunity and a chance to connect and learn from very accomplished women.”
“Excellent. If law firms and law departments are serious about developing women leaders, then they’ll send them to this conference.  The who’s who of health care lawyers are here and there are multiple opportunities for informal networking and mentoring conversations.”