Neena R. Speer Announces Trademark That Thursdays Summit: 2nd Annual Virtual Online Summit

This Virtual Summit started as a way to provide affordable CLE opportunities for minority IP LAWYERS. All monetary proceeds go to help establish a fund to help young minority women IP lawyers access funding for assistance to hire their first team member and attend conferences and can be donated by PayPal or Check via or PO Box 55131, Birmingham, AL 35255

Neena was interviewed about her Summit on the Influential Entrepreneurs podcast, listen here

 Speer commented, “I am committed to smashing the statistic that less than 1.8% of IP Lawyers are minority. We will inspire others to see themselves by recruiting diverse speakers only. That may not be popular,  but we know plenty of PHENOMENAL SPEAKERS who are MINORITY by Classification but in n MINORITY BY PERFORMANCE IN THIS FIELD. Many areas of complaint in this field is that we are not given the right opportunities to showcase our gifts. We aim to be that resource.”

She continued, “We want to help more young minority attorneys interested in courses taught by minority IP Lawyers and legal conferences like INTA by removing that restriction that is holding Aspiring IP Lawyers back. This is a free event meant to provide 8-12 FREE CLE HOURS for aspiring IP professionals. If you’re interested in sponsoring with a giveaway of your IP course, software, access to your CRM,  payment processor, marketing, and even VA services, let us know what it is valued at so we can give you appropriate sponsor credit.”

The summit lineup comprises a phenomenally talented minority female and one male lineup who all are at varying levels of their trademark law practice. So, make plans to attend this event for these amazing lessons in IP.

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Neena R. Speer is an attorney, author, speaker, and truth dealer. She has a solo law firm called the Neena R. Speer Law Firm LLC. She is a Founder and Executive Director of her mentoring nonprofit focused on continuous mentorship for all students at all levels K-12 & college, Step 1-2-3 Mentor for Life Initiative that she started her 3L year of law school. Lastly, she is a six-time published author. Her most popular book is a republished Kindle version of Dear Future Lawyer: An Intimate Survival Guide for the Female Minority Law Student, which hit #1 in two different categories in November 2020, earning her the title of Amazon Bestseller. Since she was in eighth grade, her passion was to be a criminal defense attorney in her hometown where she grew up: Birmingham, AL. She is living out that dream and speaking for countless organizations, including the University of Alabama School of Law, the YMCA, the Black Girl Project, the National HBCU Pre-Law Summit, Black Pre-Law Conference, Northern Illinois University Law School, various other organizations, and her upcoming TEDx Youth Davenport Talk entitled “Diversity Redefined” Spring 2023. She speaks about her experiences as a law student, a black minority in the law field, and her journey past failing her first bar exam. She specializes in Trademarks, Copyrights, Business Formation, Contracts Drafting/Review, Criminal Defense, and Expungements. She equips Title 1 students with the tools to become financially savvy using mathematical principles and problem-solving through budgeting, saving, and managing money.


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