We work on entry level IP jobs with a number of our established clients. Our graduate events jobs are primarily based across the UK across patents, trademarks and in administration roles.

Hopefully this page helps you answer the question 'what is Intellectual Property' but for more information on the patent and trademark industry and what these particular IP jobs entail please take a look at the videos below or get in touch with one of our team on 020 7559 6702.

Becoming a Patent Attorney

Qualifications required:
A degree in a science, technology, engineering or a mathematics (STEM) based subject is strongly preferred. Training to become a patent attorney occurs largely on-the-job. It involves working for a fully qualified patent attorney and sitting a series of exams.

Key Responsibilities:
A patent attorney is a specialist legal adviser who advise their clients (companies big and small) how to protect their inventions by way of patents, registered designs, copyright and other types of intellectual property.

Starting Salary:
£35,000 – £45,000

What a Patent Attorney does and how to become one

Becoming a Trademark Attorney

Qualifications required:
A law degree is normally advantageous but is not always essential, it just means you will be exempt from some of the exams. You will then work for a law firm or in-house business on Trademark matters before taking your qualification exams.

Key Responsibilities:
A trademark attorney is a specialist legal adviser who advise their clients (companies big and small) on a wide range of trade mark-related issues from copyright to passing off and commercial matters relating to the IP.

Starting Salary:
£30,000 - £45,000

How do you become a Trademark Attorney?

Our clients

Red Bull
The Weir Group
Chiesi Farmaceutici
National Physical Laboratory
Yara Group