Samuel joined the firm in 2014 after graduating from University College London with a first class MEng degree in Electronic Engineering with Computer Science, earning a place on the Dean’s List of top graduates.
In his third year, he carried out a photonics project modelling moth-eye anti-reflective nanostructures for use in thermochromic smart windows. During his fourth year, he worked on electrospinning organic nanofibres. He also did a summer internship with BP, working on instrumentation and protective systems for use on offshore oil & gas platforms.
Samuel holds the Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law from Brunel University.