In 2019 Jess graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a First Class Integrated Master’s Degree in Physics. In the later years of her degree, she took part in projects related to laser physics, nuclear detectors, and medical devices. For her Master’s project, Jess worked in the condensed matter physics department and used confocal fluorescence microscopy to study the stability of liquid crystal emulsions.
Jess joined the Engineering department at Dehns in August 2019.
Jess has experience in drafting patents in a variety of fields. She provides assistance to Senior Associates and Partners in all areas of patent prosecution and has experience in managing and prosecuting international patent portfolios.
She has worked with a variety of clients, from individual inventors, spin-outs and start-ups to multinational companies.
Jess works on cases covering a wide range of subject-matter within physics and engineering including optics, medical devices and electronics.
Intellectual Property Law Post-Graduate Certificate (Queen Mary University of London).
MPhys Physics (first class) University of Edinburgh, 2019.