In this interview, Dr. Hayleigh Bosher, lecturer in intellectual property law at Brunel University and legal consultant and researcher at HB Legal, discusses:

The current levels of IP knowledge, Some of the key steps organisations need to take in order to address this, The risks that organisations face if they do not adopt an all-inclusive IP strategy, The importance of contracts:


Hayleigh talks about Women In IP for WIPO World Intellectual Property Day

What does it mean to Empower Women?

“Powering change cannot come from simply increasing the number of women in IP, because the numbers are not the issue in themselves, they are reflecting broader issues.” Read the full blog post on IP Inclusive here.

Celebrating Women in Innovation and Creativity: An Interview with Dr Hayleigh Bosher 

Titilayo Adebola interview’s Hayleigh for the weblog of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, read the full post here.

Hayleigh talks feminine power and inspiration with Intellectual Property Magazine

“Sometimes women feel the need to be masculine in order to succeed in a ‘man’s world’…But it really doesn’t help progress change or encourage women to believe in themselves…being a woman fully embracing her feminine power is already enough!” Read the full interview here.

The British Legal Awards, Shortlisted for Women in Law Award (Wider Industry) 2019

Hayleigh is a finalist for the awards which take place in November 2019.

Nominated: First 100 Years Inspirational Women in Law Awards, Inspirational Women Awards Champion of the Year, 2019

Awarded: Best IP Gender Equality Platform 2018

World IP Women was awarded Best IP Gender Equality Platform 2018 in the AI Awards.