The Ginsburgs Are Inducted Into IP Hall of Fame
New York, November 3, 2015—U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’59 and her daughter, Columbia Law School Professor Jane C. Ginsburg, were inducted into the ChIPs Hall of Fame at an Oct. 27 Women in IP Global Summit in Washington, D.C.
|Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’59, left,|
and her daughter, Columbia Law School Professor
Jane C. Ginsburg, were both honored for their
contributions to the field of intellectual property law.
The Ginsburgs were honored for their significant individual contributions to the field of intellectual property law and their demonstrated commitment to the advancement of women in IP and technology careers. ChIPs is a decade-old group that was started by seven female chief counsels of patents and intellectual property at Silicon Valley companies. Its mission is to promote women in the high-tech industry.
|The Ginsburgs accepting their honors from ChIPS, a group dedicated to the advancement, development and retention of women in the field of patent and intellectual property law.|