Electronics/Physics Patent Attorney – Part Qualified/Qualified

£50,000 – £75,000 + comprehensive benefits package

London or Cambridge + agile/flexible working

Owing to strategic expansion, this leading UK firm is keen to expand its Electronics and Engineering practice group. If you have a Computer Science, Electronic Engineering or Physics background, then internal opportunities are fantastic at present.

The Company

Clients of this innovative UK firm tell them that they’re different from other firms in the profession; they’re agile, responsive and connect the dots between science and commercial IP strategy. Their employees are well trained, happy and motivated to work hard in a friendly and resourceful environment – and they prioritise long-standing relationships with direct clients.

The Role

* Drafting and prosecution of patent applications; advising on IP patent filing strategy.
* Acting for widely-known, innovative technology companies, universities, spin-outs, and niche engineering companies.
* Subject matter encompasses electronics, software, engineering (medical devices) in particular.
* Exposure to contentious areas of IP to include Oppositions and Appeals.
* Potential for client secondments where required.

The Person

* A minimum of 12 months post-foundation experience.
* A Bachelor’s Honours Degree in an Electronics, Computer Science or Engineering related discipline
*Experience of drafting and prosecution would be advantageous.
* A capacity to engage and advise a variety of different stakeholders, fostering a proactive and commercially astute approach to IP client portfolio management.

If you’re looking for a genuinely inspiring, career-defining Patent Attorney position, then click the apply button now!

James Dawes

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  • Job Type: Experienced
  • Career Sector: Patents
  • Experience Level: Part Qualified 4-5 Years, Newly Qualified
  • Date Posted: 28 Jul 2022
  • Area of Specialism: Electronics, Technology, Electrical Engineering, Physics
  • Start Date: Immediate
  • Location: London or Cambridge. Hybrid/remote working supported.
  • Contract Type: Permanent
  • Employment Type: Full Time
  • Application Details: Please apply early.
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