Mathys Squire LLP
Job title
Part Qualified Patent Attorney, IT and Engineering, Cambridge

Part Qualified Patent Attorney – IT and Engineering (Cambridge)

Ilya Kazi, Jane Clark, Alan MacDougall and others in our London, York and Cambridge teams are looking for part-qualified physicists or electronics attorneys. The team is spread across our York and Cambridge offices so we are open minded about where the successful candidate might be based. The work will involve a mix of drafting, prosecution and contentions matters for clients in the UK and overseas.

Paul Cozens and Dani Kramer are keen to see CVs of attorneys with a software/computer science or general engineering background – the team has a broad, mainly UK, client base and does a lot in the start-up space so can accommodate a range of different disciplines. Dani has a strong and growing Designs practice so we are also keen to see candidates with that expertise and interest. 

We are a firm of Patent and Trademark attorneys and offer a full range of services dedicated to maximising the value of our clients’ technologies, brands and designs. Our attorneys are qualified at both a UK and European level, with a legal expertise across a full spectrum of technical proficiencies.

With offices in London, Cambridge, Manchester and York, we operate globally including working closely with a network of trusted foreign attorneys that we have built over many years. Our China operation is run through our dedicated Commercial Consultant based in Shenzhen.

In the last two years, we have experienced significant growth and have seen a 25% increase in both our partnership and the general size of the firm. We were the first legal tenant of the Shard when we moved our UK headquarters to the 15th floor.

If you would like to know more or to make an application please contact our HR Director, Morwenna Scholes on 020 3770 6127.

Posted date
13 September 2018
Morwenna Scholes
Company Details
Mathys & Squire LLP London / Oxford / Cambridge / Manchester / York
020 3770 6127
  • UK: East of England