Electronic Engineering Graduates (2018) – Trainee Patent Attorney
Dawn Ellmore Employment are working with this highly regarded firm who are offering the opportunity to train in the Intellectual Property profession and become a Patent Attorney.
The successful candidate will have graduated in Electronic Engineering with a 2.1 degree (or above) from a reputable university. Candidates with a PhD will also be considered. The firm are seeking students with a knowledge and an interest in the IP profession to take on this exciting opportunity, utilising their educational background to start off a lifelong career in the profession of patents.
This Trainee Patent Attorney opportunity offers a first-class training schedule and an abundance of support from some of the best minds in the profession that ensures you successfully qualify as a Patent Attorney.