Butler Snow attorney Adelee E. Traylor is set to serve as a panelist at the upcoming MENT Women’s Conference in Oxford, Miss., on Saturday, Feb. 29. As part of the conference, Traylor will participate in the Career Development panel to discuss intellectual property protection and licensing. Other panelists include Kristen Ley, Kelly Wynne, Marla Aaron and Elizabeth Heiskell.
MENT is a women’s conference created for female entrepreneurs and women in business who come together to hear stories of success, failure and the journey to running a business and building a brand. MENT intentionally set out to showcase the full spectrum of entrepreneurship by covering topics like mental health, investment, brand development and the legal aspects that women may face throughout their career. More information about the event can be found at www.mentevent.com.
Traylor is a member of Butler Snow’s Intellectual Property and Technology group. She focuses her practice on counseling companies and research institutions in connection with domestic and international technology acquisition, licensing, intellectual property protection and technology commercialization activities. She also prosecutes patents in diverse technology areas.
Traylor received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and her master’s degree and Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma.