Carpmaels & Ransford, Trainee Patent Attorney – Engineering & Tech (2021 Intake)
Our industry-leading Engineering & Technology practice group are offering successful candidates the opportunity to qualify as a UK and European patent attorney. The team supports some of the world’s leading companies to protect innovation in exciting and cutting edge technologies.
This is a fantastic opportunity to begin a challenging and intellectually stimulating career using your technical background and experience.
With an industry-leading training programme we offer exceptional training and support for obtaining UK and EQE qualifications and beyond. Our ethos of collaboration informs everything we do, both in work and outside of it. The wide range of sports, clubs and charity initiatives sponsored by the firm are just one of the ways in which we encourage team-work and a healthy work/life balance.
We’re looking for high calibre graduates who possess a strong first degree (minimum 2:1 or equivalent) or PhD in a relevant technical discipline such as general engineering, electronic and/or electrical engineering or physics. To train as a patent attorney, you must have a STEM degree in a relevant technical discipline. Further information on degree requirements for each group can be found on our careers website. Your degree will be complemented by strong A Levels (typically 3 at grade A or equivalent).
In addition to your technical skills, you demonstrate a natural curiosity and inquisitiveness, with a flair for writing and a meticulous eye for detail. Having an excellent command of both written and spoken English, you enjoy analysing and conceptualising complex matters, with a passion and aptitude for problem solving.
Our recruitment process is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your interest in a career within IP. If successful following the completion of our brief online application form and submission of your CV, you’ll be asked to complete a short pre-recorded video interview. Shortlisted candidates will then be invited to attend a two-stage interview process, where you will meet a number of representatives from the firm.
We are conducting interviews on a rolling basis, and will keep you regularly informed during each stage of the process.
- Company: Carpmaels & Ransford
- City: London
- Country: United Kingdom
- Practice area's: Patents
- Position: Patent Attorney
- Employment type: Full time
About the company
Carpmaels & Ransford has driven innovation in the IP industry for over 200 years. Known for our outstanding technical knowledge, commercial acumen and creative thinking, we advise some of the world’s best-known companies on how to protect cutting-edge technologies and the latest scientific discoveries.
We are unique in that our patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys, solicitors and barristers are all members of the same firm, working seamlessly together. This ethos of collaboration informs everything we do, both in work and outside of it. The wide range of sports, clubs and charity initiatives sponsored by the firm are just one of the ways in which we encourage team-work and a healthy work/life balance.
Each year, we recruit a number of high calibre STEM graduates, supporting them through to qualification as a UK and European patent attorney. As a new trainee, you’ll join a practice group relevant to your subject of study. Opportunities exist within our Life Sciences (Pharma and Biotechnology), Engineering and Technology, and Chemistry and Materials practice groups.
Alongside an industry-leading training programme, we encourage curiosity and inquisitiveness, with the opportunity to put your degree to good use from day one.
To train as a patent attorney, you must have a STEM degree in a relevant technical discipline. Further information on degree requirements can be found on our careers website. We are especially keen to hear from applicants who have studied electrical and/or electronic engineering, general engineering, materials science, bioinformatics and computational biology. We encourage applications from individuals who have undertaken further study, including PhDs.
You will be working towards, or have obtained, an excellent first degree (minimum 2:1 or equivalent) complemented by strong A Levels (typically 3 at grade A or equivalent) and a passion for science and technology. With an excellent command of both written and spoken English and a meticulous eye for detail, you enjoy analysing and conceptualising complex matters, with a passion and aptitude for problem solving.
If you are seeking a challenging and intellectually stimulating career using your technical background and experience, we would love to hear from you.
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