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Junior Trade Mark Paralegal

Junior Trade Mark Paralegal

  • An exciting opportunity has arisen in Bird & Bird's Intellectual Property department for a Junior Trade Mark Paralegal
  • Role will involve key administrative tasks such as portfolio on-boarding, review of IP portfolio and data creation
  • You will also be responsible for preparing and filing application forms and must be comfortable working to deadlines
  • Candidates will deliver a high standard of work, with previous experience in a trade mark formalities environment
  • Ideally, you will be confident using MS Office packages and have completed the ITMA Administrator examination

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