Fenwick litigation partner and gaming and digital media practice chair Jennifer Kelly talked to Law.com about a typical workday and balancing career and family life.
Kelly said her biggest time-saver is to “try very hard to be focused and be super, super efficient. The problem is that I am very friendly with so many of my colleagues that I end up laughing more than I planned to everyday, but it ends up making the workplace feel very fun.”
One of the foremost authorities on IP issues pertinent to video games and mobile apps, Kelly has been named one of The Recorder’s Women Leaders in Tech Law for the past two years and was recently named to the Executive Board of TechLaw. She is the first woman to hold a leadership position in TechLaw’s 30-plus year history.
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