J A Kemp is a leading European IP firm, with approximately 220 people based in our offices in London, Oxford, Cambridge and Paris.
We have one of the largest concentrations of biotech patents expertise in Europe and represent 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. Our clients include multinational companies, start-ups and academic institutions based in Europe, the United States and Asia. Our work is both non-contentious and contentious/opposition work.
Whilst many of J A Kemp’s patent attorneys joined the firm as graduate trainees, our home-grown talent is complemented by a good number of attorneys who have come to us with experience gained in other patent attorney firms, legal practices or industry. We welcome their different perspectives on our business.
Skills and Qualities
We are looking for a qualified or part-qualified patent attorney to join our Biotechnology and Life Sciences team in London, Oxford or Cambridge. You must be able to produce high quality work, have good written and oral communication skills, enjoy working collaboratively in a team, and be able to organise your workload.
What We Offer
The advantages of working in a firm that is a market leader in the IP profession: the firm has 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 for up to 40% of your time, excellent remuneration and benefits, regular social events, and strong commitments to diversity and the environment.
A supportive, open and friendly partnership culture.
J A Kemp LLP is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all suitably skilled persons regardless of their gender, age, race, disability, ethnic background, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or marital/family status.
How to Apply
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