Job type: Open Day
Entry level: Undergraduate/graduate
Role: Trainee Patent Attorney
Application deadline: 24 Feb 2019
Qualifications required: Minimum 360 UCAS points (i.e. 3 A Levels at grade A), minimum 2:1 degree (expected or achieved)
Salary: Travel expenses reimbursed
Carpmaels & Ransford LLP is one of the leading firms of patent & trade mark attorneys, based in London, with a global reputation for the best patent work in engineering, IT, chemistry, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. Being a leader in our field is not an accident, it’s the product of expertise, experience and recruitment of the best individuals from the world’s top universities.
Whilst intellectual prowess is the bedrock of our firm, there are other important factors that contribute to the special energy found within the firm. We look for committed and enthusiastic individuals, and foster a culture where everyone’s view is valued. As one of the world’s first patent attorney firm, we celebrate and value a distinguished heritage, whilst continually striving to be at the cutting-edge of our profession.
If you have an interest in training to become a patent attorney and would like to learn about whether it is the right career for you, you may wish to attend one of our Open Days at our offices in London. These Open Days have a relaxed atmosphere and will give you an insight into the daily life of a patent attorney. They include interactive workshops to demonstrate patent drafting and prosecution and allow you plenty of opportunities to ask questions to our new trainees, qualified attorneys and partners.
After the Open Day, we would welcome you to informal refreshments with our trainees and attorneys.
Our next Open Day will take place from 2pm on Thursday 28th March 2019.
Applicants should have an outstanding academic record (minimum of 360 UCAS points and on course for a 2:1 or above) in one of the following disciplines: physics, mechanical engineering, electronics/electrical engineering, IT/computer science, materials science, chemical engineering, chemistry, pharmacology, biochemistry, molecular biology.
Priority will be given to applicants who are expecting to complete their academic studies or research in 2020.
How to apply
Applications must be made via the online application form on our website by 24th February 2019.
The number of spaces we are able to offer is very limited and failure to be selected for an Open Day should not discourage applicants from applying for a graduate position.Apply now