Variety is the name of the game at this firm, with plenty of work to keep you busy (plus the option to build more), cross departmental teams allowing you to work with technologies not normally within your technical remit, the freedom to target new areas of business (including types of technology, client and country), and encouragement to participate in and speak at industry conferences, seminars and initiatives. The firm pay extremely well and there’s an achievable and generous bonus available once you qualify.
Need a little more space to pursue your own clients? Or perhaps you’d appreciate a little more support and insight into where your career is heading? This firm understands that their attorneys might have different priorities in mind when it comes to their job, and they work hard to make sure everyone is heard and happy with their lot. The salary and clients are what you would expect of a London based role so you won’t be missing out on anything if you make the move (as well as probably gaining more disposable income and a considerably shorter commute to boot).
Find a career not just a way to pay the bills with this opportunity based in the beautiful surroundings of Yorkshire. You will work closely with an incredibly varied portfolio of clients ranging from budding inventors looking to protect their first idea to internationally recognised names in industries including telecommunications, electronics, computer systems, networking, medical devices and general engineering. The structure ensures that you won’t be hidden away behind Partners, with attorneys at all levels introduced to clients and given an active role in their IP protection.
You will certainly get the wow factor at this firm, with impressive offices, state of the art technology and a highly streamlined management and support function enabling you to really make the most of your career. You will be working alongside dedicated legal specialists from across all areas of IP, offering a truly comprehensive service to your clients and getting involved in areas less commonly trodden by a run of the mill patent attorney. Work spans across both chemistry and biotechnology, ideally requiring a candidate with experience in both, but specialists in one or the other may also be considered.