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Electronics/Physics Patent Attorney part qualified/finalist
Are you looking to join a firm that genuinely positions their clients at the centre of their business strategy, whilst also provide industryleading training in a friendly and supportive environment?
With offices across the UK, this progressive private practice is renowned for their outstanding reputation for the quality of service and initiative in exceeding client requirements. They constantly attract and retain some of the leading IP talent and commercially astute attorneys in the profession. This firm encourage autonomy amongst their partqualified staff, allowing them to take responsibility for their training budget, choosing which lectures to attend and when to take time out of the office to study and sit examinations.
As an Electronics/Physics Patent Attorney, you will be a part of a team who takes pride in the quality of their work and genuinely enjoy working closely with clients to offer tailored solutions. You will be able to take advantage of a highly competitive salary as well as some fantastic benefits to include; a generous pension contribution, private healthcare and dentalcare. Not only will you have 25 days annual leave, but you will also have the choice to purchase or sell additional holiday allowance.
- Whilst studying for professional exams, you will be able to use your established drafting and prosecuting skills to protect and exploit client inventions
- This position will allow you to offer contentious support before both the EPO and UKIPO, so the opportunity to expand your IP knowledge in readily available
- Working with a lead partner in the profession, you will be able to handle a mixture of small, medium and large clients to include SMEs, university spinouts and global bluechip companies
- If you have a keen passion for business development, then this unique position will allow you to develop your networking skills by nurturing your own portfolio of clients
- With a minimum of 18 months experience in the profession, you will already have drafting and prosecution skills to springboard you to the next level
- You will have passed the UK Foundation course/exams and be looking to either start or complete your finals exams in 2018/19
- A background in a physics, electronics or IT related field will ensure you feel comfortable picking up a range of electromechanical technologies
- Previous experience liaising and advising a range of clients will ensure that you can provide expert advice to different stakeholders
*Opportunities are available nationwide and include: Manchester, Sheffield, Birmingham and London.