Victoria Lee of DLA Piper named to the National Law Journal’s 2017 IP Trailblazers list

DLA Piper is pleased to announce that Victoria Lee, a partner based in the Silicon Valley office and the global co-chair of the firm's Technology sector, has been named to the National Law Journal's Intellectual Property Trailblazers list. The publication's annual list recognizes "agents of change" in the legal industry who have made an impact on the IP sector through new strategies or innovative cases.

Lee pioneered the use of document assembly applications in her IP licensing practice and advocates for broader application of document automation throughout the firm. She played a leading role in establishing the firm's new "documents as a service" offering to provide streamlined contract creation for clients, and she leads the firm's collaboration with Shoobx, which offers end-to-end corporate management for startups.

Lee focuses her practice on the representation of emerging growth and public companies in complex technology and commercial transactions in the software and semiconductor industry, as well as a variety of other industry sectors. She was also recently named to the Silicon Valley Business Journal's annual Women of Influence list.