Elon University’s Web site recently published a feature article on a law and MBA student trip to Singapore and Vietnam, co-led by Womble Carlyle attorney and Elon Law adjunct professor Jack Hicks.

The students recently spent two weeks in Southeast Asia, visiting with business leaders and learning first-hand about opportunities and challenges in these growing nations.

Hicks has led a number of other Elon Law overseas trips. In 2014, he led a group of students on a tour of China.

Read the full article here.

Jack Hicks has more than 25 years of experience global businesses through all stages of the intellectual property process. He has considerable experience helping companies prepare and prosecute patents in international venues, particularly in Europe and in Asia. He currently serves as Vice-Chair of the US Bar-EPO Liaison Council, an organization made up of US bar association-appointed members and holds meetings to discuss matters of importance to US practitioners who have clients who pursue patent protection.