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Electronics/Physics Patent Attorney - part qualified/qualified

£40000 - £65000 per annum + benefits
Electronic Engineering/Telecommunications, Mechanical Engineering

Electronics/Physics Patent Attorney - part qualified/qualified



Do you envisage yourself working in a quality driven environment where career development is encouraged at all levels?

The Company

One of the most prestigious and revered firms in the UK, this practice continually attracts leading talent in the IP profession. They have a strong, professional culture that values accountability as a key value. Individuals are encouraged to think laterally and those who are career oriented can reap the rewards of hard work. If you are foundation qualified, your focus will be split between on-the-job learning, developing the technical, legal and client care skills to become a competent Patent Attorney, and formal study to achieve the necessary qualifications. This firm run their own prestigious training academy where you can take advantage of the networks this firm has to offer across the UK.

As an Electronics/Physics Patent Attorney, you will take advantage of a rich client pool and tap in to the expertise across the company. Leading benefits are offered to include a quantifiable bonus scheme that is more than achievable for attorneys who can demonstrate commitment and the willingness to succeed.

The Role

* As part of an established growing team, you will be given exceptional guidance to develop leading commercial skills which will allow you to liaise with clients
* Your professional development will be nurtured by being part of a dedicated and resourceful structure that encourages meritocracy at all levels
* Accountability for a significant volume of cases from the outset will allow you to have a variety of constantly evolving work
* Exposure to contentious areas of IP to include oppositions/appeals is encouraged from an early stage, which will enable you to become a more rounded attorney

The Person

* With a minimum of 2 years experience and having completed your foundation exams/course, you will be able to pick up new physics and electronics related technologies with ease
* Previous private practice or industry involvement will mean you are familiar with patent prosecuting and will be comfortable adapting to changing developments
* Being commercially astute and possessing strong interpersonal skills, you will be able to liaise with key stakeholders from day one

*Opportunities available in Cambridge, London or Oxford.

If you are genuinely attracted to joining one of the leading IP firms in the UK, then please get in touch or apply today!

Harley Wright

Talent Consultant

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