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Neha Juneja
Intellectual Property Expert
Geneva, Switzerland
I am an Intellectual Property expert with nearly 4 years of experience working on legal and policy issues in the development sector. I am seeking immediate opportunities in the UN organizations, IGOs and NGOs globally. Can relocate immediately.
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Area of Expertise:
  • Capacity Building, Training, Advocacy, Political
  • Human Rights, Law, Migration, Conflicts, Justice
  • Monitoring, Evaluation, Policy, Research, Analysis
  • Social, Education, Gender, Youth, Child
  • Trade, Finance, Economics, Cooperation, Global
Professional Experience:
My work experience includes several short term internships in different departments of pharmaceutical companies. In the framework of my L.L.M study at the Max Planck Institute, I completed an internship in the PCT (legal) department at WIPO under the able guidance of the Head and Deputy Director, Mr. Matthias Reischle. I also performed relevant Freedom to Operate (FTO) analysis for various biologics under the expertise of Dr. Martin Howell Friede, Public Health and Innovation Department at the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. I also worked on a project for Medicines Patent Pool in Geneva which involved the updating of the Legal Status of the Anti-Retroviral drugs to facilitate access to HIV drugs in developing countries.

Furthermore, I worked as a Legal Consultant at Medecins Sans Frontieres, an international, independent and medical humanitarian organization that aids the people affected by natural disasters and epidemics. I actively worked on the impact of Intellectual Property Law on the key HIV drugs, Hepatitis C and Tuberculosis drugs. I participated in the Campaign for Access to Essential Medicines and responsible for providing accurate information on relevant patents on medicines. I collected information related to IP Law of quite a few countries specially India and South Africa and their impact on procurement of medicines. I recently completed an IP traineeship at an intergovernmental organization called the South Center in Geneva covering legal policy issues from a development perspective.
Education:
I have a Bachelors of Engineering in Biotechnology (B.Tech). I further completed LL.M program in Intellectual Property and Competition Law at the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC) specializing in Patents, Trademarks, Copyright, Competition law, Database protection law, Internet law, Privacy law as well as considerable knowledge in the field of Economics of Intellectual Property. This program offers a varied and intensive training in European, U.S. and International IP Law.

Furthermore, I completed my Bachelors of Law (LL.B) in Indian Law. My work experience includes several short term internships in different departments of pharmaceutical companies. In the framework of my L.L.M study at the Max Planck Institute, I completed an internship in the PCT (legal) department at WIPO under the able guidance of the Head and Deputy Director, Mr. Matthias Reischle. I also performed relevant Freedom to Operate (FTO) analysis for various biologics under the expertise of Dr. Martin Howell Friede, Public Health and Innovation Department at the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. I also worked on a project for Medicines Patent Pool in Geneva which involved the updating of the Legal Status of the Anti-Retroviral drugs to facilitate access to HIV drugs in developing countries.

Furthermore, I worked as a Legal Consultant at Medecins Sans Frontieres, an international, independent and medical humanitarian organization that aids the people affected by natural disasters and epidemics. I actively worked on the impact of Intellectual Property Law on the key HIV drugs, Hepatitis C and Tuberculosis drugs. I participated in the Campaign for Access to Essential Medicines and responsible for providing accurate information on relevant patents on medicines. I collected information related to IP Law of quite a few countries specially India and South Africa and their impact on procurement of medicines. I recently completed an IP traineeship at an intergovernmental organization called the South Center in Geneva covering legal policy issues from a development perspective.
Available for:
  • Consulting assignments
  • Job opportunities
  • Internships / Fellowships
  • Being headhunted – make me an

    Years of Experience:
    2-5 years
    Highest Qualification:
    Masters
    Languages:
    English, French, Full proficiency in Hindi and Limited Proficiency in German
    Nationality:
    India
    LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/neha-juneja-892a0b15?trk=hp-identity-name
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