currently heads up the MEA practice of the global IP firm Rouse. She holds degrees in law and science (biochemistry) and qualified and practised in New Zealand as a lawyer before joining Rouse in 1998. Since then, she has worked in China, Indonesia and the Middle East, becoming a specialist in the issues and challenges faced by, and encountered in, developing intellectual property jurisdictions. In addition to her academic qualifications and experience, Sara is a member of various IP organisations, has published numerous articles in industry journals, contributed to various texts on IP and speaks regularly at seminars and conferences.
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