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A career as a trade mark attorney combines endless variety and intellectual challenge with exposure to clients at the sharp end of protecting and promoting their commercial interests and associated branding. The unique mix of creativity, law and business provides daily stimulus for an attorney and an ever changing and challenging diet of work.
We do not have a formal graduate entry programme for trainee trade mark attorneys, but we do recruit attorneys who are part or fully qualified to join our expanding trade marks practice as the need or opportunity arises. We are open to considering approaches from trade mark attorneys with experience of working in industry. We are also interested in receiving applications from EU nationals with EU qualifications who possess a strong command of the English language.
If you join our firm as a part qualified trade mark attorney, we will support you through to qualification as a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney and European Professional Representative. On-the-job training will be provided from day one and you will be partnered with an experienced attorney mentor. Your mentor will expose you to a wide variety of work, as well as setting targets for your performance and development and supporting you through your training and examinations.
If you join our firm as a fully qualified attorney, you will be given interesting cases to work on from day one and encouraged to participate in the firm’s business development programme. We also welcome senior attorneys of exceptional ability who bring a client and contact base into the firm.
Exceptional individuals with a track record of success in the profession are invited to send their CV and covering letter to email@example.com at any time.
Your application should include a CV and covering letter addressed to James Fish, the head of the Trade Marks Group. Please be aware that your application will only be considered if there is a role to fill.