This role is ideally suited to someone with a masters degree in Electronics & Engineering or Physics related subject, however other candidates will still be considered. If you enjoy understanding how things work and enjoy problem solving this could be the ideal role for you as a patent attorney.
Patent attorneys are specialist legal practitioners who, unlike solicitors, typically have a scientific background. Patent attorneys are concerned with the registration and protection of intellectual property rights.
The firm in question are largely respected as a Top Tier European firm. The successful applicant will embark upon the process of training and qualifying as a UK and European Patent Attorney with a firm that have an outstanding academy known for producing some of the most talented Patent Attorneys.
You will hold an upper second-class degree as well as solid A Level and GCSE results.