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Newly Qualified and Part Qualified Patent Attorney

Newly Qualified and Part Qualified Patent Attorney

  • About the Firm: Dentons is a multinational law firm. In 2015 is was ranked as 8th-largest law firm in the world by revenue and the world's largest law firm by number of lawyers.
  • About the role: We are looking for a newly qualified and part-qualified European patent attorneys to join our industry-leading team of talented patent attorneys, to handle a growing international client base and workload.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your expertise and experience across all technologies, including artificial intelligence, computer science, space and satellites, through to life sciences and biotech.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to join out other patent attorneys who are immersed in the full range of the team's activities including patent prosecution, oppositions and observations, opinion work, portfolio strategy, FTO, transaction support, as well as licensing and litigation, across all areas of technology for some of the world’s largest technology businesses.
  • And more: You will have a strong degree in a science, engineering, technology or a mathematics subject (essential in order to sit the European Qualifying Examinations), plus minimum 1.5 years' experience working as a trainee patent attorney, and ideally the PEB foundation examinations (or exemption) and/or the EQE pre-exam.

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