Deadline

06 Mar 2020

  • Job Type: Internship
  • Career Sector: Patents
  • Area of Specialism: Biotechnology, Life Sciences
  • Location: London
  • Start Date: 29 June 2020
  • UCAS Points: Unspecified/Not Applicable
  • Degree Required: 2:1
  • Salary: Paid with a contribution towards travel expenses
  • Application Details: Click below to apply
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Carpmaels & Ransford is delighted to offer our two week Intern Programme, hosted at our Central London office in June 2020.

The start date will be confirmed shortly.

If you are attracted by the prospect of joining a firm at the forefront of intellectual property law, our two-week intern programme for aspiring patent attorneys could give you a real insight as to what the job entails.

The programme is designed to give you a better understanding of the profession and give an insight into working life at the firm. It includes seminars, case studies, work shadowing and involvement in client meetings and live cases. There is also an opportunity to see the social side of the firm, engaging with all members of the team from partners to trainees.

If successful, you will be paid for the duration and receive a contribution towards travel expenses; you will be responsible for your own accommodation.

Who should participate?

We typically offer up to 16 internships each year.

In order to enter the patent profession, it is a key requirement to have a STEM degree. Please see our list of Accepted degrees for the profession; this is not an exhaustive list.

Priority will be given to applicants who are expecting to complete their academic studies or research within the academic year following the intern programme.

What you need to have

  • Strong A’Levels, usually 3 at grade A or equivalent
  • Working towards a minimum 2.1 (STEM) degree
  • An excellent command of both written and spoken English
  • Keen interest in learning more about the profession

What we will give you

  • A great opportunity to get an insight into the patent profession and us
  • Exposure to IP Law
  • Helpful tips for joining the profession
  • Contribution towards travel expenses
  • Central London location

How to apply

When applying, please select the most relevant practice group based on your degree. Guidelines are provided in our Accepted degrees section on our website. Should you be uncertain, we will ensure your application is directed to the most suitable practice group for review.

To apply for this opportunity, please complete our short application form and attach your CV. Applications will be accepted until 6th March 2020.

The number of spaces on our intern programme is limited. Failure to be selected for an internship should not discourage applicants from applying for a graduate position or other future insights.

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