Biotechnology Patent Attorney – Qualified/Part-Qualified
London or Cambridge
£60,000 – £80,000 + benefits + remote working options.
You are a UK/European Qualified or Part-Qualified Patent Attorney with experience of handling a range of Biotechnology related subject matter. You should possess a Biochemistry background (or related degree discipline), and relish working for a broad range of clients to produce high quality work.
You should be adept at advising clients about their respective IP strategies, have good written and oral communication skills, enjoy working collaboratively in a team, and be able to organise your workload effectively.
You will be joining one of the largest concentrations of biotech patents expertise in Europe, representing clients in all areas of biotechnology including antibodies and other biologics, diagnostics and personalised medicine, plant science, regenerative medicine, genetic engineering, bioinformatics, vaccines and immunology.
Clients include multinational companies, start-ups and academic institutions based in Europe, the United States and Asia. There is a good diet of contentious work to include oppositions, so the work on offer will be challenging and professionally rewarding in equal measure.
The firm prides itself on reputation and quality of service, which is best exemplified by the longevity of employees who enjoy genuinely rewarding careers. Whilst many of the firm’s patent attorneys joined the firm as graduate trainees, their home-grown talent is complemented by a good number of attorneys who have joined with experience gained in other patent attorney firms, legal practices or industrial groups – they welcome their different perspectives into the business.
Further advantages of working in a firm that is a market leader in the IP profession include: an excellent client base, technical expertise, training/CPD programme, and knowledge of IP law and practice.
* The benefits of a caring and responsible employer: a good work-life balance and mentoring, flexible hours, remote working, excellent remuneration and benefits, regular social events, and strong commitments to diversity and the environment.
* A supportive, open and friendly partnership culture.
If you feel you have the requisite drive and skill set to complement this leading practice group, then get in touch for a full brief today!