Benedict originally joined Dehns in 2013 after completing a Masters Degree in Physics at the University of Cambridge. He rejoined the firm in 2020 after a few years spent working as a software developer and machine learning engineer.
Benedict qualified as a UK and European Patent Attorney in 2021.
Benedict works with a range of clients including large multinational corporations and SMEs. His work includes drafting patents for new inventions and prosecuting patent applications in the UK, Europe, the USA and throughout the world.
Benedict works across a variety of electronics, applied physics and IT fields. He has particular experience in software, graphics processing, mass spectrometry and flash memory devices.
MSci, Natural Sciences (Physics), University of Cambridge, 2012