Jacquelene Mwangi is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology (CIPIT) Law at Strathmore Law School, Kenya. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Degree from Kenyatta University Law School. During her LL.B, Jacquelene was an intern at the Kenya Copyright Board, where she conducted research on various aspects of copyright law. She also worked as a research student for a judge of the Employment and Labour Relations Court of Kenya and as a research assistant for Transparency International-Kenya. Prior to law school, Jacquelene volunteered for the Trainer of Trainers Project with the Kianda Foundation, where she taught business skills to women in rural areas including how to start and run a business successfully. Jacquelene is interested in the interaction between innovation, intellectual property law, and development as well as commercial law.