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In partnership with CITMA, we answer some of the questions Trade Mark Attorneys in training had about their career development (video).
It could have been worse. 2020 has been a terrible year, here's our advert looking on the brightside.
Overview of the Intellectual Property Recruitment Market, January 2021. What's happening, what's not?
Intellectual Property for Kids, Ep.4: What is a Patent Attorney?
Fellows and Associates are a recruitment firm who focus on finding intellectual property jobs predominantly for patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys, IP lawyers and other intellectual property professionals.
We work across a wide range of jurisdictions and provide guidance for both candidates and clients on how best to meet their IP recruitment needs. With considerable expertise in the sector and a significant number of patent attorney jobs, trade mark attorney jobs and other IP jobs to choose from, we believe we can add significant input on furthering your career. In addition to our IP recruitment business our Business Consulting arm offers services such as streamlining the recruitment process, mergers and acquisition targeting, research on business viability, and operational efficiency. In 2018 we launched our sister company Fellows Finance who recruit accountants and finance professionals for private practice accountancy firms.
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2020 has been formidable. It has, at times, been difficult to be optimistic. Much of the recruitment has been unusual, quick to change and highly prescriptive to fill...
The recent omnishambles in relation to A-Level results has driven me to consider the broader education picture, particularly GCSEs. I don’t believe they’re necessary anymore, assuming they were ever necessary. In fact, there are, in my opinion, considerable advantages that could be gained by ridding ourselves of formal examinations at 16 entirely.