McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP (“MBHB”) technical advisor Brittany Butler, Ph.D. addressed students participating in the iBIO Institute Stellar Girls program regarding careers in intellectual property law at a presentation held at Blue1647 headquarters on November 20, 2016 in Chicago. BLUE1647 is an entrepreneurship and technology innovation center that fosters economic development in technology and 21st Century skills through people development (classes, workshops, and events around technology), workforce development (through youth and adult technology programs to prepare individuals for high-demand jobs) and Business Acceleration (through shared co-working services). The iBIO Institute Stellar Girls program inspires young women to enter into careers involving Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Stellar Girls, supported by the Astellas USA Foundation, introduces girls in Grades 3-8 to current, interesting, “Big Ideas” in STEM fields. Through weekly after-school program activities, students explore how STEM is used to Feed, Fuel, Heal and Save the World. They engage in hands-on activities and have the opportunity to interact with STEM professionals and other volunteers to learn about STEM careers and apply STEM skills to real-world problems.