Jack joined Dehns in 2019 after completing a PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Manchester, where he applied optical and electronic measurement techniques to study recombination active defects in silicon. Prior to this, Jack graduated from the University of Manchester with a First Class Honours MPhys degree in physics, during which he studied for a year at the University of Paris Sud XI in France. His Master’s project focused on modelling of resist materials for use in electron beam lithography.
Jack qualified as a UK and European Patent Attorney in 2023.
Jack works with a variety of clients, including small/medium-sized enterprises and multinational companies. His work includes drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a variety of fields before the UK and European patent offices, as well as supporting prosecution in other jurisdictions including China, Japan, Korea, and the US. Jack also has experience of assisting with patentability advice and of providing support during opposition proceedings.
Jack works on cases covering a wide range of subject matter within physical sciences and engineering, including semiconductor devices, electronics, signal processing, software, and mechanical engineering.