Are you a physics or electronic/electrical engineering graduate who is undecided as to which career path to follow? Do you enjoy understanding how things work and problem solving? Ever considered a career as a patent attorney?
Patent attorneys are specialist legal practitioners who, unlike solicitors, typically have a science or engineering academic background. Patent attorneys are concerned with the registration and protection of intellectual property rights in innovative products.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen with one of Europe’s leading patent attorney firms. The successful applicant will embark upon the process of training and qualifying as a UK and European Patent Attorney.
You will hold a at least an upper second-class degree in a physics or electronic/electrical engineering related subject and solid A Level and GCSE results. Applicants who hold a PhD are also very welcome to apply.