Cameron joined Dehns in September 2022 following his graduation from the University of Warwick where he received a First Class Integrated Master’s Degree in Physics. His studies exposed him to a variety of topics including electronics, quantum mechanics, materials science, and statistical physics. In his final year he researched exocomets in the far-UV, collaborating with experts in the field to devise automated methods for characterising their properties.
Cameron works with a diverse set of clients, from solo inventors to start-ups and small/medium-sized enterprises, all the way to large multinationals. Cameron handles prosecution of patent applications in the UK and Europe, and also has experience prosecuting in other jurisdictions such as the US, Canada, and China. Cameron also works with the partners and associates of the firm in all aspects of patent drafting.
Cameron has gained experience relating to a wide variety of technologies in the fields of the physical sciences and engineering. While he regularly works on software patents, Cameron has most experience dealing with mechanical inventions and wireless communication systems.
MPhys (Hons) Physics, First Class, University of Warwick (2022)