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Engineering Patent Attorney - part qualified or qualified

£45000 - £70000 per annum
Mechanical Engineering

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Engineering Patent Attorney - part qualified or qualified

£45,000 - £70,000


Due to rapid expansion in the past year, this established team in an agile practice are keen to attract talent throughout 2020 too. If you have an electronics, software, physics or engineering background then internal opportunities are fantastic.

The Company

Clients of this innovative firm tell them that they're different from other firms in the profession; they're agile, responsive and connect the dots between science and commercial strategy. Their people are well trained, happy and motivated to work hard in a friendly and resourceful environment. They work with clients of all sizes - from global multinationals, SMEs, spin outs and inventors. Aerospace, packaging and mechanical sectors are just a few of the areas they represent. This is a truly great place to work for those seeking a 'high-touch' relationship with clients, and for those with a strong business acumen.

The Role

* Applications are welcomed from part-qualified and qualified patent attorneys (CPA/EPA)
* Acting for widely-known, innovative technology companies, universities, spin-outs, and niche tech players.
* Subject matter encompasses physics, engineering, aerospace and energy related fields
* Drafting, prosecution and contentious areas of patent IP to develop your skills as a patent attorney
* Potential for client secondments where required to gain further exposure of in-house operations

The Person

* UK Foundation Examination qualified, with 12 months experience in private practice or industry.
* A Bachelor's Honours Degree in Physics, Mechanical Engineering or related Engineering subject
* Working towards full CPA and EPA qualification, the training you will receive will enable you to learn from esteemed peers, whilst being given expert guidance towards completing professional exams
* A capacity to engage and advise a variety of different stakeholders, fostering a proactive and commercially astute approach to client portfolio management.

If you're looking for a genuinely inspiring, career-defining patent attorney position, then click the apply button now!

James Dawes

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