Are you a Physics or Engineering PhD graduate who is undecided as to which career path to follow?
Would a role where you could learn a new skill-set and utilise your scientific or engineering knowledge appeal? Please read on!
Working with cutting edge scientific and technical innovations, patent attorneys are specialist legal practitioners who are concerned with the protection of intellectual property rights. Due to the high level of scientific and technical knowledge required, patent attorneys will invariably have scientific or engineering academic backgrounds rather than holding law degrees.
We are working on behalf of one of the UK’s most well-known and respected firms of patent and trade mark attorneys that is seeking to take on an ambitious Physics or Engineering PhD graduate to commence the process of dual qualification as a UK and European Patent Attorney.
If you have decided that a career in academia or research is not for you and you are enthused at the prospect of embarking upon a new, exciting and rewarding career, then please do get in touch.
Please note that the minimum academic requirements for this position are a PhD in a Physics or Engineering related subject, a 2:1 undergraduate degree and A, A, B at A Level.