Paul graduated from Loughborough University with First Class Honours in Chemistry in 2013. During his degree, he completed an industrial placement year as a Process Chemist at AstraZeneca and spent a summer working with hydrogen fuel cells at Intelligent Energy Ltd. He then went on to complete a PhD in Materials Chemistry at Loughborough University, developing novel composite materials for hydrogen generation. He also spent three months as a Postgraduate Fellow at the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology in Westminster.
Paul joined Dehns in September 2017 and qualified as a UK and European Patent Attorney in 2021.
Paul works with a variety of clients, ranging from start-ups to large multinational corporations. His work includes handling the prosecution of patent applications worldwide, particularly at the European Patent Office, as well as drafting new patent applications and handling recordals of assignments.
Paul’s work covers a wide range of chemical subject-matter, including polymers, ceramics, functional materials and coatings, pharmaceuticals, sensors, and energy storage materials.
PhD, Loughborough University, Chemistry, 2017
MChem, Loughborough University, Chemistry, 2013