Trade Mark Attorney (Qualified), London
Be part of a small but growing trade mark practice and as result enjoy a great deal of autonomy to do your own thing. The portfolio is likely to be a mix including some contentious work as well as due diligence and infringement advice. The role will really suit someone who wants to influence the development of a practice by being actively involved in business development and a strategic approach to gaining new clients. As long as you are a qualified attorney any experience level will be considered from new qualified to several years’ post qualified.
If you feel that your career is held back by too much bureaucracy or you are unsure of your longer-term potential for advancement this firm has a great deal to offer.
Pete Fellows or Phillipa Holland