Laura is a part-qualified UK patent attorney, and training to become a fully qualified UK and European patent attorney. She joined Dehns in 2014, having graduated from Cambridge University with a Master of Engineering degree that same year.
Type of clients and client work
Laura assists partners and associates in the London Office in acting for clients of a variety of sizes, from SMEs to multinational corporations.
She has experience in drafting new patent applications, prosecuting these applications to grant before the UK and European Patent Offices, and also handling international patent portfolios. She also files registered designs in the UK and Europe.
Laura’s work involves handling patents in a wide variety of engineering and physics fields, including: materials engineering and materials processing devices, motors and generators, refrigeration and heating systems, medical devices, construction materials, engines, fire suppression systems, clothing engineering, oil and gas engineering, mechanical structures.
Qualifications and Memberships
- Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law, Brunel University, 2015
- Student Member of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys
MEng Mechanical Engineering, University of Cambridge, 2014
In Laura’s final year, she specialised in materials and mechanical engineering, undertaking a project on design of layered hybrid material.