Amy is a trainee patent attorney working within the technical fields of materials science, engineering and semiconductors. She has experience working both with SMEs and global corporations. Her degree in Natural Sciences means she is well placed to handle a wide range of cases, having additionally studied both chemistry and biological sciences during her time at Cambridge. She is quick to grasp the key concepts of inventions and to recognise possibilities that may not have previously been considered. Amy’s work includes drafting and prosecuting patent applications and advising in relation to registered designs.
- Helped prosecute multiple patent applications through to grant, traversing complex prior art
- Implemented business strategies to ensure clients’ IP portfolios meet both their current and future needs
- Worked researching thermoelectric elements and their optimisation using finite element modelling
- Completed project for UniOfCam Devices group exploring manufacturing methods for printed semiconductors
“Amy’s excellent analytical skills and eye for detail make her a real asset. I am confident she will develop into a superb patent attorney.”
Nicholas Braddon, Patent Attorney & Partner, Barker Brettell LLP