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IP Job vacancies

This section includes all the IP jobs that were advertised in the latest issue of the CIPA Journal as well as online only adverts. You can list all vacancies or filter your search via location and / or job type. 

If you would like to include your vacancies in the monthly publication and/or on the CIPA website please e-mail Iain Ross or telephone him on 020 3289 6445. 

Click here to see dates, rates and dimensions for all advertising in the CIPA Journal.

Job Vacancies

  • Caselton.jpgTrademark Attorney, South WestDescription Specialism: Trademarks This full-service, tier one firm are looking to appoint a part or fully qualified Trademark Attorney, up to a few years PQE for one of their regional hubs. This will give you the opportunity to work on a comprehensive portfolio of clients. This is a strong client facing role and will allow you to progress your business development skills.
  • Olswang.JPGTrainee Patent Attorney – Software/Electronics, LondonDescription The role A key role that involves prosecution work, including drafting, filing and opposition work, as well as the opportunity to work on exciting commercial and litigation projects. A specialist career path that will suit ambitious people looking to progress their careers as UK and European Patent Attorneys. Interested in being part of our firm? Visit 2 External 0 0 0 link-external www.olswang.com/careers false http://www.olswang.com/careers false false%> to find out more....
  • Fellows.jpgTrainee Patent Attorney, Electronics, LondonDescriptionTake advantage of a bespoke training scheme and one on one support to help get you through your exams. You will work with a client base that is both eclectic and international in nature, and have the opportunity to take control of your own portfolio from very early on.
  • CIPA.jpgVacancies on the CIPA’s Regulatory Affairs CommitteeDescriptionThe Regulatory Responses Committee is transforming into the Regulatory Affairs Committee so that CIPA, in addition to responding to the various aspects of regulation that come its way through the Legal Services Act, can take a proactive approach to regulation. The Regulatory Affairs Committee will advise Council as it sets out CIPA’s vision for effective and proportionate regulation and will take in a wider perspective than legal services regulation in the UK.  Do you have an...

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