A pure chemistry role for an attorney seeking a boutique environment in a firm where their practice is very much in the development phase. That means you will have an interesting day-to-day with a constantly changing portfolio (with an initial focus on food additives and medical devices). The firm encourages independent thinking and you will benefit from a role that will be more autonomous than your experience might be in your current firm. In the medium term there are significant opportunities for career growth as the chemistry practice develops. Support for training is excellent with a highly knowledgeable peer group that will ensure you achieve excellent results.
Supporting the Head of Trade Marks for this highly impressive firm you will have a career that will be rocket propelled towards Partnership. In the meantime, your business development ambitions will be fully supported and funded, you will be given latitude to build a practice in a way that you want and you will be a source for advice and guidance for more junior staff. Ideally you will be adept at networking and business development and, whilst the practice has a great deal of work they could give you, they want someone who has Partner potential and will enjoy this aspect of the job tremendously. The role will have significant profile in the firm and will give the opportunity to really make a mark.
This role would suit a qualified trade mark attorney or a solicitor with trade mark filing and prosecution experience. The practice has benefitted from a significant increase in work and requires another attorney to join the team and help the practice develop even further. In the medium term this will lead to opportunities for management and excellent career progression potential. The client mix is highly varied - direct and agency, local and international, large and small. The firm will provide significant support to you to follow your own interests in terms of developing clients of your own, on top of the already abundant workload.
Highly flexible position for an attorney seeking autonomy and control over their career. The work is primarily within the oil and gas sector with a high volume of direct client work. This position will really hone your client consultancy skills, with a very hands-on approach required in respect to developing IP strategy. If you are relocating to Scotland the firm will offer a relocation allowance and allow for a transitionary period where you could work remotely. They want to make the move as easy as possible. There is a great deal of scope for career development with opportunities abound for Partnership for those joining at qualified level, or speedy progression for those yet to qualify.