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The candidate will have recently qualified as a Patent Attorney.

 

An ideal candidate will have a background in life sciences, and should have a post-graduate qualification (e.g., preferably a PhD) in a life science, ideally molecular biology, genetics, or cell biology.

 

Most importantly, the candidate will need to be a confident communicator, happy to engage with our direct client base and have the energy and enthusiasm to help foster new relationships. The ability to converse in an additional language to English could be advantageous but is not essential.

 

Candidates will be supported through the process of qualification to become a European Patent Attorney if not already double qualified.

 

A competitive salary and benefits will be offered.

 

The role will be based primarily in either our Cambridge or London office, depending on preferences; although it will be expected that some time may be spent in both offices.

 

We uphold the highest standards in our work, serving our clients with a unique blend of energy and professionalism. The pride we feel in our firm is surpassed only by our excitement for what we plan to achieve together.

 

Keltie is an exceptional IP firm with a reputation for providing excellent client service to a range of small, medium, and large clients around the world. Chambers and Partners ranks Keltie among Britain's top ranked patent and trade mark firms, with offices in London, Cambridge, The Cotswolds, East Anglia, Dublin, and Galway.

 

If you’d like to achieve great things with us and believe you could be the successful candidate that we are seeking, please get in touch ASAP by sending your CV and covering letter to hr.department@keltie.com.

 

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