John joined Dehns in 2016 following his graduation from Durham University where he received an MPhys degree in Physics. He studied a variety of topics within physics at Durham including electronics and quantum computing and in his final year he investigated methodologies for simulating the interstellar medium and galaxy formation.
John works on cases for many different clients from large multinationals to small companies in a variety of territories around the world. He works for several partners and associates, providing support for all aspects of patent drafting and prosecution.
John works on cases covering a variety of subject matter within physical sciences and engineering, including electronics, medical devices and composite materials.