We are seeking capable, self-motivated, part or fully qualified attorneys specialising in computer-implemented and/or electronics inventions to help grow our team. The role would primarily involve assisting and working with the Software and Electronics Partners, so a strong degree or PhD in Physics, Engineering or Computer Science is sought. In part-qualified candidates, we are also ideally looking for a candidate with at least the Foundation exams or Queen Mary (or equivalent) exemption from the Foundation exams.
Previous experience with quantum mechanics, cryptography, automotive, blockchain, machine learning, medical imaging, computer vision, fintech, cyber-security, autonomous vehicles and/or robotics would be beneficial. Attorneys with some experience of multi-disciplinary work and/or with experience in agreement and litigation work would also be of interest.
There will be opportunities to get involved with work across diverse technologies and we provide our clients with a very comprehensive service. Candidates will be able to become an integral part of our clients’ team. There will also be the opportunity to get involved in due diligence, commercialisation and contentious work.
We offer a comprehensive internal training programme for part-qualified and single-qualified attorneys to help them become dual-qualified, with support for attorneys to attend external courses to supplement our internal programme. We also offer dual-qualified attorneys mentoring and hands-on support to help them form a business development plan, build a client base and progress to Partnership. We can offer excellent internal training due to the fact that some of our attorneys are PEB Examiners or tutor on CIPA and external courses, an invaluable asset to our employees. We are also members of IP Inclusive.